Saturday, September 28, 2013

A Fruity Layout

This week's  is another sketch reveal over at Simple Sketches. This week's was a little dauting to me since the tilt was greater than I every do. 
In the end I love how it came out. 
Supplies: cardstock (The Paper Studio), pattern paper (Echo Park), stickers (American Crafts), washi tape (Scotch Expressions tape and ?), twine (Timeless Twine), diecutsThe Robin's Nest), diy enameled dots, stain (Tim Holtz), mask (Studio Calico), modeling paste, mist (Heidi Swapp), stamp (K & Co.), ink (Stampabilities), Veneers(Studio Calico), vellum (?) and doily
The subject of this pages is of the pear and apple trees on a property we own. We just got it this year and didn't know that these we on it sinc we looked at it in the winter. I have to say the apples are crisp, sweet but is slightly sour. I love them. The pears I have yet to try.
On this page I got to use a really old piece of vellum from my first scrapbook paper I ever bought. I think I got it at Meijer or Target. The newest item I used on here were some wood veeners I friend from online sent me. So as you can tell I like to mix my supplies so nothing gets wasted.
Be sure to stop by Simple Sketches every Saturday to see a new sketch and a great reveal.


  1. Awesome take on the sketch Mandi! I've only done one tilted layout before