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Twilight Tuesday Sketch Challenges in Review

I enjoy working on sketch challenges from time to time. Especially when I can’t figure out what to do for a certain project… They can really come in handy! TTIC is doing a review of all of Dani’s wonderful sketches this week (regular TTIC is taking a break for Thanksgiving), so I wanted to share one with you today.

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I decided to use Sketch Challenge #14. But, I didn’t want to make a card. I have sooooo many layouts that I need to make, so I decided to turn this sketch sideways and make a scrapbook page out of it!

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Please click on the photo to see it bigger! This photo was taken in October. My family of four decided to visit a couple of local nurseries by us for their Fall Festivals. This is one of my favorite things to do in the Fall! So, here we are, Me and My Pumpkins, enjoying the day. The only thing I don’t like about this photo, is that Gene isn’t in it.

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Otherwise, I think it’s a really cute page! I liked Dani’s original sketch, but like I said, I have a ton of layouts to make. So, I will be focusing on layouts quite a bit for now. I’ll throw in some cards here and there, but I really need to get scrappin’!!!

Some of the other TTIC Design Team has come up with some great projects this week too. Why not go and check them out?

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A quick side note… Please be sure to stop by my blog and the TTIC blog tomorrow! A few of us will have layouts posted of our New Moon experience! They are meant to inspire YOU to make a layout too!!! More info on that tomorrow. Until then, have a fantabulous day!!!

Comments

Annie said…
aww, this is cute
Erica said…
This is adorable! I love the photo and how you interrepted the sketch! Beautiful...just like you!
You and your pumpkins are so cute!:D I really need to do some layouts, too, I'm so behind right now.

-Laura
How fun is this! I love Pumpkin patch pictures! Lovely work Alison. :D
Dani said…
This is sooooo cute! I am so loving the way you made t into a scrapbook layout, how perfect!! :)
Love your LOs, this is a great use of the sketch!
Beth said…
Great job, Alison! I love your scrapbook pages! What a great idea to transfer the sketch into a layout - so clever! Awesome!!
Stampvamp said…
Have I told you lately how much you RAWK!!!??? I love this pic!! And your skirt!!! Girl I just want to hang around you a little while so some of your "fun" can just rub off on me!!
Donna said…
OME!!! This is gorgeous Ali!! You have done an AMAZING job with this layout!! I love that shot of you (even if Gene isn't in it). You look like you are having so much fun!!
Steph said…
This really is a great picture, maybe you can photoshop Gene in? lol
good idea turning the sketches into scrappy layouts...one day I'll scrap my L.A. pictures! lol
Great work as always :)
Alyssa S said…
So cute! Great idea to use a card sketch for a layout...you have my wheels turning!!

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