Tuesday, 5 November 2013

climbing peak charles - LPS sketch challenge

 Hello to you all ☺  Today I'm sharing my DT inspiration for the sketch challenge at Life Paper Scrapbook.  I love multiple photo sketches - and I hope you will love this one too ☺


 Here is my page for the sketch:
 I've used 4x6" photo's rather than the smaller ones, but I've still kept to the four elements of the sketch.
I've used some of the travel themed papers from Simple Stories - they worked well with these pictures of our recent camping trip.
Here are some close-up's:

 I'm loving the flair badges from A Flair for Buttons - they are in stock at The Scrapbook Store and there is a great selection ☺
 Using a photo corner punch, I've created chevrons using some map pattern paper.
My typewriter journal work and a cute wood icons from Prima.

Here are some details about the sponsor for this challenge:
Not only did Scrapbook Generation sponsor the sketch this month, they will also give away a Sketch eBook to the winner of this sketch challenge!!
 

Scrapbook Generation is a Springfield, Missouri retail store started in 2004 by two sets of sisters: Debbie Sanders and Karin Rush, and Debbie's daughters Stacey Atchley and Allison Davis. In 2010, the family business grew to include Scrapbook Generation Publishing, which sells and distributes a line of 15 sketch books for scrapbooking and cardmaking. In addition, a wide variety of sketch products ranging from single sketch to books can be purchased as downloads at scrapbookgeneration.com. Each month, SG also produces six kit clubs and Allison Davis hosts Sketch Week on her blog. At the start of 2014, SG will launch an expanded online store.
 
We hope to see you playing along with this sketch challenge - please check the LPS blog for details.
Thanks for coming to visit ♥

3 comments:

Leanne said...

perfect! I love your photos from your camping trip!!

Chantal Vandenberg said...

Amazing design! Love the theme! AWESOME layout! :D

Lizzyc said...

Wonderful take on the sketch, love the themed embellies you have used...