Friday, April 10, 2009

Scrappy Sunday Challenge

Hi again! Looks like I've been really busy, eh? Sorta...

I wanted to acknowledge my dear friend Kristen's success in being the guest Design Team member for Paper Craft Planet! Woooo Hoooo Kristen!!

So, her challenge was to create a layout based on this sketch.

Normally, I'm not too good with sketches. I start with the sketch, and then my pictures, paper and "feeling" take me far away.

There's some karma going on here. I was starting on this project, then had to leave to check mail. fate would have it...I received my order for Unity's Little Sprout kit!! I just *had* to ink it up, donchaknow. Then I stuck little Prima flowers all over the tree with gold Stickles (Ranger) for the centers.

I cut the circles out of SU! paper, as is the border. The rest is Bazzill cardstock (you should know my supplies so well by now!). I used MM paint for the chipboard letters (misc), a scrapbooking paper clip is adorned with ribbon from Michael's, journaling is with my SU! marker, and the ink is Ranger Ink tea dye.

I think I did pretty good with the sketch this time around. You still have some time to play! Get busy! And, thanks for dropping by!

Happy Easter!

Ta for now, ~ky


  1. cute! I love what you did with the tree! Cute bunny:)

  2. Ky I love it! :) You did such an awesome job with the sketch! Jinge bear is such a cutie!!!!!! Thanks for playing hun, I can't tell you how much I appreciate it!!

  3. Great layout, Ky! I love the little tree, and those bunnies are too stinkin' cute!

  4. Ohhh what a FAB, FAB layout Ky!!! And those adorable bunnies!!! I really do want to start scrapping soon!!

  5. That came out so cute!! Perfect timing for Little Sprout to arrive!

  6. So cute! Your thriftiness at work! Love it!


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