Sketches are a starting point. They provide a basic roadmap — a way to get from point A to point B. Sketches are especially fun to use when you get some new supplies and you know you want to use those supplies, but you just don’t know exactly how. I’ve shared the February Sketch and my interpretation below. The rest of the creative team inspiration can be seen in the February Sketch Challenge assignment.
February Sketch Challenge
This month’s sketch, designed by Allie Trumpower and inspired by the trendy 8×6″ layout size, features a sunburst-based design. This sketch, like any other, can easily be translated into any size. Use this sketch to create your next scrapbook layout, art journaling page, handmade card, or any other creative project. Link up at the Awesome Ladies Project Community Workshop and share your creations.
Challenge: Upload a photo of your finished sketch project.
Rewards: All participants will receive an exclusive Sketch Badge for their rukristin classes profile, and will be entered to win a $5 gift card to the rukristin shop (good for products and classes).
Deadline: March 31st, 2015 at 11:59pm EST
Instructions for Submitting Your Project are in the workshop assignment here.
Currently List Pocket Page Spread: For the February Sketch, I used the Currently List Stamp Set and Neon Inks (all in the shop) to craft an art-journal page. I’m using this page for my all-about-me album. I added in some leftover currently cards that didn’t have a home.
Each month, in conjunction with the Free Awesome Ladies Project Community Workshop, I’ll be posting a sketch challenge. The sketches are designed by Allie Trumpower, and interpreted by the Awesome Ladies Creative Team for your inspiration! Share your take on the sketch for a chance to win a $5 gift certificate to rukristin shop.