Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Imaginisce February Sketch Challenge

I absolutely LOVED Diana Fisher's sketch for this month's Imaginisce challenge and just knew I wanted to work with it.  I used the Splash Dance collection exclusively along with a couple of cute pictures of my granddaughter Abigail last summer.  Here is Diana's sketch:

As you can see I stayed pretty true to the sketch.  I substituted loops of ribbon from the Splash Dance collection to the right of the pictures instead of journaling and changed up the banner a bit.  Here are the requirements of the challenge and how I met them:

1. Use the sketch as inspiration for your project (check)
2. You must use at least 75% Imaginisce product on your project
(Everything I used on the sketch is from Imaginisce with the exception of the letters for my title -- I even cut the pennants for my banner from the packaging for the chipboard pieces)

3. Use at least 3 patterned papers (check)

4. Use 3 types of embellishments

1. I used chipboard stickers -- the bracket to the left of the picture is a portion of a chipboard sticker and my fanfold flower is sitting on top of a chipboard sticker.  As you can tell I love to alter some of my embellishments. 
2. I used Sea Streamers (ribbon)
3. I used 7 Sticker Puffs

This was a really fun challenge and you still have time to enter your own layout....check out all the details HERE.



  1. AWESOME, Sandi!! Love all the elements, you ROCKED the sketch! Good Luck! Have a GREAT Day,
    Me-Ma Kim

  2. Love what you did with the sketch!! Fabulous page!! So glad you could play along with Imaginisce!

  3. Great page, Sandi! And I really love the ribbons and rosette :) Thanks for joining the challenge at Imaginisce! :)

  4. Sweet the photos and your little loops of ribbon! Glad you could join us at Imaginisce! Good luck!

  5. What an adorable layout! Terrific photos and I'm so glad you could play along with us at Imaginisce!

  6. this is pretty!!! thanks for playing along with us at Imaginisce!

  7. Love your take on the sketch--the title on the banner and the ribbons in place of journaling are great touches!


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