Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Magenta Sketch #27

For my take on this month's Magenta Layout Sketch Challenge, I mixed paperlines and had fun stitching and fussy cutting.

Supplies: patterned papers, stamp, clock and large letter chipboard (Magenta), lace ribbon and small chipboard letters (Maya Road), kraft cardstock and brown ink (CTMH), butterfly punches (Martha Stewart), border punch (Recollections), embroidery floss (Loops and Threads), pen (Staedtler)

 Add in a little chipboard... a little stamping,  a little inking, and punches... et Voila!  This layout represents quite a step for me.  Change happens, it's constant.  The thing to figure out is how to embrace it and go with it.

Here is the original sketch:



You have until December 12, 2011 to link your take on the Magenta Sketch Blog post.  Be sure to join in the fun!

TTFN,

10 comments:

Zarah said...

Oh my... WOW!! That is goooorgeous!

Pam said...

Great colors here, that is one fun sketch too! I am giving you major props for the fussy cutting, I just do not have the patience for that;)

Gorgeous work!

teacher jessy said...

So beautifully done!!

Miranda said...

Beautiful layout, love the colors you used!

Fleursbydesign said...

Beautiful layout love all the fussy cutting :)

danni reid said...

WOW, gor.geous!

Cappucine1978 said...

Ta page est magnifique!

Sherri said...

Cassandra, this is stunning. That fussy cutting is incredible. And that photo? Gorgeous my girl. So glad you're enjoying your gig with Magenta.

Helen Tilbury said...

What a beautiful photo of you Cassandra & such a cool layout - that chipboard is awesome :)

LG said...

Your fussy cutting and layering are phenomenal! Wow!