...or a layered template. Your choice.
How do I make a start when I'm planning a page? Mmm..most of the time I pull out all the pieces I know are stuffed in bags and boxes and I pile them up on my desk and then, gradually, I start laying them out on a fresh sheet of cardstock. I shuffle and stir and move it all around. Sometimes I'll think I'm done and I'll walk away; and then when I come back I swipe the whole lot right off the page and begin again. Is that what's called working organically? Or possibly just making it up as you go along?
Either way, I very rarely use a sketch. Unless, that is, someone clever points me in the right direction, or prods me pretty hard towards something I might like. And so we have my version:
of Get It Scrapped's latest sketch and layered template. (Number 100, as it turns out: that's quite a lot of inspiration..)
You might recognise the photo: it's one I took when I was telling the story of the Cola kit we received as a Christmas gift. It was about time that tale made it onto a page. After all, we've still got the box of cheese making equipment to cover...
...we're building up to that one.
For now, I've gone a bit Stars and Stripes . With those new Converse in the house, how could I resist?
|"Makers Gonna Make" cork from Gossamer Blue|