This week our scrapbook sketch is a 12" x 12" layout featuring repeated images throughout the background with a vertical photos offset to the right of center with an embellishment cluster and title to the left of the photo. Our notebook sketch has a horizontal photo stretched over both pages with a title and embellishment cluster in the upper right-hand corner and a simple embellishment in the lower left-hand corner for balance. And our pocket page sketch features a 3" x 4" patterned paper card with vellum star elements and a 3" x 4" photo featuring a diamond-shaped embellishment. Creative Team member Pam Baldwin is joining us this week and sharing her take on the week's pocket page sketch! Be sure to follow Pam to see more of her work and keep up with her.
Our scrapbook sketch comes from Catherine Davis's Sunshine Girl layout:
Our notebook sketch comes from Maggie Massey's Together @ Churck's spread:
And our pocket page sketch comes from Marie Lottermoser's Florida Vacation spread:
And here's Pam's take on our pocket page sketch:
Hi, friends! This is Pam here, sharing my project with this week's Sunday Sketch. This month, I got started on a 6" x 8" album to document some of the trips my husband and I took "pre-kids," starting with a quick getaway to New York (13 years ago!). The Documenter sketch, based on a project by Marie, was my jumping-off point for this spread.
I referred back to Marie's original spread and liked the idea of the die-cuts running off the page and some stamping in the middle. I used the stamp set from this month's "Hey Girl" Scrapbook Kit to write out a quote from "You've Got Mail" (one of my most favorite movies ever!). Then I fussy cut the heck out of that awesomely colorful patterned paper to make a border around it with some of the shapes and designs running right off the page. Love how that side turned out. :)
I saved the right side of my spread for a photo and my journaling. I just LOVE this month's Documenter stamp set! I played with the idea of stamping the "favorite moment" banner on a separate strip of paper and adhering it across the heart bubble (inspired by the sketch), but in the end, I decided against it. I didn't want to lose the design of the heart bubble stamp.
Thanks so much for stopping by today! Can't wait to see what you make with this week's sketch.
Now it's your turn! Make a project using one of this week's sketches as a starting point, then share it in the Studio Calico gallery. Use the hashtag #SCsketch to make it easier for other members to find! Leave us a link to your project by May 21st in the comments here to be entered to win a $5 gift card to Studio Calico Shop. This week's sketch winner will be announced in the May 26th Layout of the Week post.