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Shanna Hystad says, “I was drawn to this sketch because of the simplicity and uniqueness of the layout.”
“My page is about my sister and nephews enjoying a beautiful fall day picking apples. I’ve added interest to my page by including in a couple of journal cards as the base of my embellishment cluster. To top it off is a vintage farm truck which I just love!”
Lynn Grieveson says, “I like how the sketch is simple but strong, and gives you lots of room to ‘dress it up’ to individualize it.”
“I used it to scrap photos of me and Daughter-One checking out some neolithic standing stones, I love the look of delight on her face. The bird on the sketch inspired me to add my own whimsical elements which make a sweet contrast to the strong base of the sketch.”
Sian Fair says, “The sketch, appealed to me because it uses square photos and I’ve been taking lots of square pictures for Instagram.”
“Before I went on holiday I received a beautifully colorful clothing catalog in the post. When I got to Berlin, I discovered a branch of the store and couldn’t resist a look. One interesting thing: The suggested two color background of the sketch persuaded me to try this color blocked patterned sheet when I wouldn’t otherwise have chosen it.”
Megan Blethen says, “What I really liked about this sketch was the placement of the photo and clusters. My page is about my sisters and I hanging out at a swing in my grandparents old yard when we were little girls. I love using sketches in general because they help spark ideas. For this layout it was really helpful because I have recently moved and haven’t had time to scrapbook. This sketch was really simple and easy to make a layout I was happy with.”