Monday, October 21, 2013

Write.Click.Scrapbook. Saturday Sketch

Every third Saturday over at Write.Click.Scrapbook. they post a sketch. This month, I couldn't resist the 12-square grid! I stuck close to the sketch and put my 2" square punch to good use.


I don't know whose ideas this was. But someone in my sister's family decided to rig up a slingshot in the swingset so we could launch small pumpkins across the yard for Thanksgiving entertainment. Yup. That's how my family rolls. Just glad I didn't have to clean up the mess!

You can find the downloadable sketch, as well as this month's color palette, in the article here.

Here is my latest YouTube video, so you can see the process of how this layout came together, if you so desire. Thanks for stopping by!



15 comments:

  1. I really like the grid! You can get so many great photos on one page by using a grid. Fun colors!

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  2. You always rock a grid design, Sue, and this is no exception. Love the fall colors!

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  3. awesome sketch- love all the photos!

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  4. Love your take on the sketch, and the video is great!!

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  5. Great job with the sketch, Sue!
    And such a fun page!
    I love those Thickers :)

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  6. Awesome page. Great sense of movement and action and I love the grid and the square punch. I'm totally with you....I'd join the fun but wouldn't want to be the one cleaning it up! :)

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  7. Hey! You can't turn down sling-shotting pumpkins on Thanksgiving!! :) Love the way you used this grid design Sue, and the title is so fun!!

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  8. I really like this! Now I want to rig up something to chunk some pumpkins. lol

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  9. Fabulous, I love seeing all the photos on a layout

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  10. Great page - love all the little action shots! Crazy idea though

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  11. Great job with the sketch & what a fun activity! :>)

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  12. Loved your video. and I can't believe your scraproom is so tidy! It's a lovely creative space.

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