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Saturday, 7 September 2013

Sketchbook Saturday meets Pals Paper Arts

So I thought I would show you something new since the online store is now available as per the link in the sidebar (shop now icon). You can all now get My Digital Studio (MDS) which is where you can create scrapbook pages, cards & your own stationery to suit you. I saw my team leader use the following sketch from Sketchbook Saturday and was like I can use that for a scrapbook page. So I did an 8x8 page and use some great colours from the Pals Paper Arts page so inspiring:





Here is the page that I came up with:


The colours at Pals Paper Arts really said make a masculine page. So I used Early Espresso as my base and the Midnight Muse on part of the page. I then got the delicate doilies dsp and added as a page layer I then changed the colour to Crushed Curry as it was in Daffodil Delight. Added the stitching and sorted the colour out which took a while to get it right - I did use Chocolate Chip though as Early Espresso just looked like black. I saw the balloons in the Adventure Awaits stamps and added them on and changed the colours etc. I then added the ticket tag and changed it to Crushed Curry and inserted the words in Midnight Muse from Daring Adventures. I then added the footsteps and coloured them in Crushed Curry & Midnight Muse. I really enjoyed making this and I hope you will purchase this fab product and create. It only costs £13.50 and you get so much on it to start with and play around. You can then added to it by downloading additional papers, stamps the works. 

Thanks for stopping by!

x Jessie B x

4 comments:

  1. Great way to combine both challenges! Perfect for a guy! Thanks for joining us at PPA!

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  2. Wonderful page, Jessie! Great job of combining your different elements! Super job with both challenges!

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  3. Fabulous project! Love that you chose to use the Daring Adventure set in MDS for this. Thanks for playing at Pals Paper Arts!

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  4. Such a cool LO, I love that you made a scrapbook with my sketch!! :)

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