Friday, September 19, 2014

Red Belt - My Scraps & More Sketch #91

Yay, it's Friday! Not only is it Friday but there's also a brand new sketch up on the My Scraps & More Sketches blog today and the sketch is one that I designed. :) I am the featured sketch designer on the blog today, you can find more out about me by going to the post here.
The pictures I used are of my daughter the day she became a red belt from a brown belt in karate. One more testing and if she passes she will be a black belt, which is quite a huge accomplishment at the age of 8!
I decided to go with a black, white and red theme to go with her red belt and found this lace cardstock hidden in my stash. Remember when that stuff used to be really popular? I've never really been good at figuring out what to do with them. I cut this one into a circle and I really like how it looks. I also used some super old papers from 7 Gypsies. I'm happy to finally of found a use for those papers and to also use up more of my stash.

I cut the title out on my Cameo, I'm really loving making my own titles lately.

Product List:

Cardstock: American Crafts, Lace CS unknown
Patterned paper: 7 Gypsies Savannah & Gypsy Market Papers
Embellishments: Queen & Co. Pearls, Prima Flowers, 
Mixed Media: Water Paints, Heidi Swapp Color Shine Black
Ribbon/fibers: Thread
Miscellaneous: Cameo
Sketch Designer: Nadine (Me)
Challenge Site: My Scraps & More Sketches


  1. ohhh love your title and great black background work!!!

  2. What a stunning page Nadine - love the fact that you kep to the red theme to complement your daughter's achievement.

  3. BEAUTIFUL love the colours, design and those splats on your page are super fun as are the photos.. have joined as a new follower seeing we are

    The Journey is the Start

  4. Love the colours on here! Fantastic page Nadine!


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