Hi there and welcome! Melinda here with you today sharing another page I put together using the gorgeous Simple Stories Life In Color range this time for May's fun sketch challenge!
Here is a little refresher of the sketch and you have until the end of the month to get your page linked up!
This page is, again, different for me but I am really happy with how it turned out and all of that white space!
I started this page off with this awesome glitter bead paste from my stash - Kylie has a similar one in store here but if anyone is keen on the actual one I used (it has glitter in it!) Kylie has said she can look at stocking it!!
While that was air drying I started to pick my embellishments. Today I chose to pull out the pinks and yellows from the collection and go with those as I had already decided to go with a white card stock base! And a doily from my stash.
I have used pieces from the sticker package, the chipboard stickers, some of the pieces from the bits and pieces pack, some of the stickers from the sticker sheet in the collection pack and also some of the clear stickers (with the silver and black). I used a few scraps (I am running very low on this range now!!) to back my photo with some of the yellow and pink behind the doily.
I'm not sure why that "TUES" sticker has photographed pink, it is actually silver (you can see it better in the previous and next photo's)!
A different angle of the same cluster so you can get a better look at that beaded gel paste!
And a photo of the top cluster on the right :) I have layered one of the pink washi strips (which I cut into a fish tail), the beaded glitter paste and then some stickers, bits and pieces and a chipboard flower.
Finally, onto the title which I used a combination of the tile alphas from the collection pack and these thickers by Dear Lizzy, they are just gorgeous!! I finished it off with another of those clear stickers with black hearts.
So, that's it for this post! Make sure you link up your take on this fun sketch by the end of the month for your chance to win!