Hey OA friends! It's Laura Craigie here today with a sketch I made for you guys :)
I kept things pretty simple with 3 boxed areas, and you can jazz it up if you like, or keep it fairly basic too.
I pulled out my Daily Flash SnapShot line and used it to make this page with my sweet boys.
One of my favorite parts of the page is the stamping I did. Using the SnapShots Capture That! stamp set I stamped the little film roll, cut it out and adhered it with foam adhesive, then I stamped the "click click" along the bottom of the page underneath the washi strip.
I also have the talented Jill here with me today, and she created this awesome layout from the sketch.
Here is what she had to say about her layout:
The basic blocks on Laura’s sketch allow for the sketch to be turned or flipped without throwing off the balance of the design. Although the original sketch was horizontal, I turned it on its side, 90 degrees to the right, to accommodate a portrait-oriented photo instead of a landscape-oriented one. Everything else fell into place easily, thanks to Laura’s solid sketch. Since the photo depicts my daughter in her usual stance on our morning and afternoon commutes to and from school, I used a lot of school-themed papers here from the Milk Money collection, along with some colorful road signs and directional arrows. Every accent and pattern here represents our daily routine in some way. Now that my daughter is working on getting her license, perhaps we can switch places soon, and I can be the one who gets to grab a power nap in traffic.
Well that's it for today, I hope you guys feel inspired to use my sketch and if you do please share your creations in the October Afternoon Flickr Gallery! I'd love to see them :)
Thanks for stopping by!