I wanted to challenge myself a bit, so I decided to use large circles and push everything to the sides of my sketch. I generally don't work with large elements against the edge of my pages, so I really wanted to see what I could do with this simple yet challenging concept.
I asked Marcy to play along with my sketch, and here's what she came up with:
This is what Marcy had to say about her page:
I started by thinking that I'd approach Amy's sketch exactly how it was. But then I decided to rotate it. From there I moved the row of circles along the edge inwards... and then it got a little circle crazy!
I love it, don't you!? That circle-type speach bubble is so great and I love that she used it as her title as well. Wonderful, Marcy!
I used Woodland Park almost exculsively for my page.
I used my Silhouette to cut out my pie shapes, and with one of my "leftover" pieces from the cutting, I used that as the place for my journaling. This was the only adjustment to the sketch that I made - I moved it inward from the left edge.
For my title, I used Woodland Park Sticky Keys, Cakewalk Tiny Type and Woodland Park alpha stickers. I love using them all together to create a dynamic and easy to read title in my pages.
So what do you think? If you'd like to give this different sketch a try, we'd love to see it! Simply upload your creation to our Flickr gallery.
Thanks so much for stopping by and I hope you have a wonderful day!