It's a "win-win-win" situation when you get a DT assignment done, photos scrapped, and a story told!!
Here's the latest sketch from AHSC:
|Sketch #155 created by Michelle Stewart|
and digitized by Brandi Robinson
To do this, I flipped the sketch a 1/4 turn to the right. Then I elongated the section for the photo.
And here's the layout I created:
| "Amazing brain" layout|
based on sketch by Michelle Stewart @ AHSC
Daniel is a very creative person. I walked into the laundry room one day, and passed this colourful spread on the dining room table.
It was March Break and Daniel had been entertaining himself with Lego, working on this very detailed, eye-catching creation. Daniel later told me it was a "Deadly Danger Dungeon game" and that he had found the idea on Youtube. I asked him about the folded drawing seen in some of the photos and he said he'd sketched out the idea long before making this Lego representation. The whole spread tells the tale of how Daniel's amazing brain works in completing something that inspires him. He is incredible!
Photos- March 18, 2015
Journaling by Mom/Ali- March 5, 2016
(Project details provided by Daniel)
Background CS: Outdoor Denim- Close To My Heart (retired)
CS for mats and journaling mat: Cranberry- CTMH
CS for journaling: scrap from my stsh
Patterned papers: Tommy collection- CTMH (retired)
Zip strip (flag): Tommy collection- CTMH (retired)
Flags, cork "lifesaver": Tommy collection- CTMH (retired)
Blue enamel dots: CTMH
Small brads: all CTMH (retired)
Large blue brads: CTMH (retired)
Large red brads: Bazzill and BasicGrey (retired)
Ink on small dove-tailed banner: Honey- CTMH
Large golden star: unknown- my stash
Small golden star eyelets: unknown- my stash
Thanks so much for popping in to see my layout! Hope to see you join in on the next challenge over at Atlantic Hearts Sketch Blog! :) The sketches there are awesome and we'd love to see you!