Friday, July 24, 2015

ScrapMuch? Sketch-y Friday Time! July 24, 2015

Happy Friday everyone!  It is Sketch-y Friday over at ScrapMuch? and I hope you will play along with us this week.  You can play along using a new sketch that will be posted every Friday and enter your layout over at the ScrapMuch? blog for a chance to win a prize.  A winner will be selected at the end of the month!  All the rules and how to link up your layout(s) are posted on the the ScrapMuch? blog.   Here is this weeks sketch from Laura:


 And here is what I came up with:

I did this layout out in black and white.  I really don't know why I don't do more of these because they are just so stunning to look at.  The secret to a great black and white layout is to add a "pop" of color and red is the most dramatic.  I picked pink to make it more matchy, matchy to the photo of my grand daughter and me.  I matted my photo four times using Perfect Layers.  My papers used are DCWV, American Crafts, Anna Griffin, and Me and My Big Ideas.  The ribbon, flowers, buttons, flourish, and title are all stuff from my stash.  And the journaling was done on a Project Life card with an American Crafts white chalk pen.  
I hope you enjoyed my layout!  Please leave me a comment and don't forget to enter your layout using this sketch over at the ScrapMuch? blog.


6 comments:

Judy Garrelts said...

First of all, what a wonderful picture to scrap! Love it! And you are right, black is a striking for a layout and using pink as your pop of color is just perfect!
Love it all, thanks for sharing!
Judy

Deanna Mulder said...

Wow Kim, stunning layout! I love the back and white with the pop of the colored flowers that match your shirt.

Danielle said...

Great layout, Kim. The photo is beautiful! I like the delicate doilies you used around the photo.

Rebecca Daly said...

beautiful layout, love the black and white with pops of pink!!!

Laura said...

Great job Kim, love this feminine page!

Laura said...

Great job Kim, love this feminine page!

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