Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Stuck?! Sketches! DT - 15th March - The Outback

Welome back to my blog today where I'm sharing a DT page for

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Stash busting is still high on my list for this year, so I've use an ancient Basic Grey paper
for the background, Scarlett's letter.  The patterned papers are also Basic Grey.

The chipboard title is also ancient - it's from Scrap FX
I treated it with Prima Rust paste to reflect the colours of the landscape.


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12 comments:

  1. Wow, Helen--another amazing layout! Gorgeous picture & the perfect papers & embellishments to showcase it! I have some of those same BG papers--just loved the look even though I never use them for my cards. Love the treatment you gave the title!

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  2. What a great take on the sketch amazing photo, and the treatment you gave the chipboard to give it a rustic and aged look.. And had to smile at your use of "ancient" papers, I think I have a few from the dark ages too in my stash! Hehe! Thanks for your lovely comments on my blog too!

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  3. Brilliant! I was looking to see where the 4 photos were, heehee....took my brain a minute to adjust to the long skinny pic. But what a PERFECT one for this sketch! Loooove the 'earthy' bush tones you've used. That BG pp works to perfection!!!

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  4. Like Lizzy took my brain a minute to work out the picture (glad I wasn't the only one) The photo is perfect for the sketch, and amazing . Love the Earthy tones you have created for the chipboard piece. A Art Piece , just gorgeous
    Mary x

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  5. woooHOOOO what a great way to accentuate the scale of that landscape, really really striking effect. Your treatment of the chippie title is a perfect foil to set off the colours in the picture too. Brilliant!!

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  6. Helen, this is so fantastic, love the super large photo- it is so striking!

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  7. Wow Helen! What a stunning photo! Your layout looks fabulous! Love all the gears!

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  8. Wow...gorgeous photo and such an earthy and beautiful page! ;-) So great that you used goodies from your stash. Love the title and the windmill...just perfect! ;-)

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  9. Magnificent! Such a gorgeous photo and the perfect papers and embellishments to compliment it. Really love it Helen. Awesome take on the sketch. Love the treatment on that fabulous little chippie piece too. I wish Basic Grey still made papers like these ones they were my favourites. Great job stash busting. Enjoy your weekend. xx

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  10. Wowsers!!! This is awesome!! What an amazing photo and so perfect for this sketch. Another perfect piece is that fab chippie .. brilliantly coloured to match in with the photo. Absolutly gobsmacked with this page Helen .. brilliant work!! hugs xx

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  11. Another cracker of a sketch and I just love what you did with it. So clever to use that long photo which is just gorgeous and perfect for the papers that you used. I promised myself I would stash bust this year. It was going really well until I bought a whole bunch of Shimelle Laine product :O Oh well.. I never said I was perfect did I... I want to play along again...so I need to get my A into G...
    Congrats too... I need to see a pic <3

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  12. Oh my goodness! This sketch was made for this amazing photo! WOW! I'm speechless at how many beautiful details you've combined, yet still the photo takes stage! Brilliant scrapping. Hugs, Autumn

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