Hi there Friends! I hope you have been enjoying the sketches from Stuck on U Sketches as much as I have! The sketch for this week is from pagemaps, and is something different for me.
This time I wanted to get out of my comfort zone a bit and try something different. This photo is of my brother kissing his newly married daughter on the cheek. I just love the expression on Dayna's face! She has a flare for the dramatic and tackles everything with passion. I love this about her! The photo was taken at Banff, Canada, where their reception was held. I didn't do any editing to the photo and with its slightly over exposed look[that was planned] I knew exactly what papers and techniques I would use!. Just a note to add that I did not take this photo, but I do not know the name of their photographer.
Here is " Daddy's Girl"
I started off with white cardstock and got out my Smooch mist inks. I wanted to get that splattered look that is popular these days. Prima papers were perfect for the photo, and of course, PINK! I also slapped on some Gesso in a few places for added texture.
I refrained from using my TH distessing tool [ you have no idea how hard that was!] but just could not NOT ink the edges! I think its impossible to see in the photos, but I used a fine glitter pen and out lined all the papers and photo. I used some pink bling to go with the pink theme.
I rolled the edges of the blue strip of paper, and made the cute daisy like flower.
I used a paper doily and inked it with a couple of distress inks. The tittle, Daddy's Girl is from Dusty Attics [which I love] I inked it with a raspberry/burgundy ink, and then embossed it with clear embossing powder. I took 2 tickets from Pink Paislee, put the wedding date on one and inked it abit. I made this flower as well.
Here I used a border punch on the piece of paper, put some pink flower ribbon and some fibers just under the paper, and tucked in a ticket and , of course, a butterfly. I rarely make a layout with out a butterfly. They are special to me, as they are my reminder of my mom who passed away 2 1/2 yrs ago, and the reason I started scrapbooking to begin with!
Here is the sketch by pagemaps, I hope you have enjoyed looking at my ' not so normal for me layout' as much as the fun I had making it! Don't forget to check out the SOUS blog and see what the other designers came up with, and please leave them some love too!
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