Sunday, March 30, 2014

Sketchabilities #112 Reveal!

Hello, Sketchabilities fans!

 Time for a new sketch challenge! Karan's sketches are always so divine and the perfect opportunity to get those scrappy hands moving! You will have until April 13th to link your work to the Sketchabilites blog and have a chance to be on the "featured" banner! 

I had some new Prima Stationer's Desk paper and chipboard aong with a yummy Prima Rose stencil that I was itching to use! I think I got 6 new stencils as part of my after-CHA haul! Of course, I've also used a Creative Embellishments Flourish set 15 and added that to my floral cluster. It's been gessoed and inked, then embellished with a teeny, tiny bit of Burgundy Stickles. 

Some vintage Prima mixed with some new. I've had that Tiffany Petals Paired Platinum flower for yearssssss and finally had a chance to use the last one! Isn't it perfect for this page? I've nestled in a few Stationer's chipboard for additional layers.  Of course, when the page was nearly complete, everything got hit with a bit of gesso to blend all the elements together. 

The upper left corner shows a bit more of the Rose Stencil as well as a Creative Embellishments stamp that got covered up with molding paste … part of the process, I suppose!  It's called Grunge Music Note Border Stamp and you can find it HERE

Some punch work and ink splatters of LSG retired Ruby Red Slippers. 

Another view of that great Rose stencil. 

I've included Sketch #112 but I do hope that you will visit the Sketchabilities blog and see what the rest of the Design Team has done with the sketch! I loved working with this one! 

Thanks for coming by! See you soon! 



  1. This is stunning!! LOVING the distressing and the flowers!!

  2. Goreous Sandi! Love the Prima Rose Mask and ink splatters!!!

  3. Gorgeous page my friend!! love it!! xo

  4. Your background work is always so dreamy. I would love to watch you scrap someday.

  5. Sandi I love the rich colours on your layout and all the delicious distressed details.

  6. Great use of the sketch & love the background work on this one!