Supplies - Kits - Summer of '69, So Cal ; Patterned paper: Heyday Crush ; Washi tape, label sticker: My Mind's Eye ; mist - Mister Huey's in Pretty Pink, Taxi, Sunshine, Applejack, Bonny Blue ; Wood Veneer People, Hearts and Arrows, Cameras, Birds ; Other: Silhouette Cameo, binder clip, sequins, machine stitching
This week sketch comes from Sasha Farina's CENTRAL HIGH gallery - it's based on her layout titled "Saturday Story."
We loved all of the word bubbles Sasha used and couldn't wait to see how SC member Tanja (mathildasmom) would use it!
I loved the speech bubbles in Sasha's beautiful layout and I knew right away that I would keep them as major elements in my take. Instead of the journaling they are displaying my title. First I created a mask with my Cameo and then misted the bubbles in different colors to support my title. I used the same mists to color the wood veneers. The words of the title were also cut by the Cameo and then stitched into the bubbles. For the layering behind the picture I included some ideas from the Pop off the Page class. Thank you Studio Calico for all the inspiration and the chance to work on this great sketch.
How cool are Tanja's misted speech bubbles? I love the idea of using mist to interpret an element from a sketch, and she's added so much color and fun to her layout this way. If you want to see more of Tanja's work, you can visit her SC gallery or her blog. Thanks for sharing your work with us, Tanja!
Now it's YOUR turn to show us how you'll use the sketch. Whether it's a layout , a card or something else, link us up to your project by September 17th for a chance to win a $5 gift card to the Studio Calico shop.