Monday, March 14, 2011

Nuts About Sketches Reveal

I’m so excited!! Today is my first reveal for Nuts About Sketches!!

Jillibean Soup- pattern paper; cardboard letters, stickers, bean stalks, stamp, spots; buttons- Basic Grey, vintage; Sassafrass-flowers; Making Memories-tag; Ranger - Distress Inks, Distress Paints, Stickles; Stampin’ Up marker; other- denim, burlap, cardboard, stitching

I haven’t done much distressing lately and decided a farm layout was the perfect place to bring it back in! I created the flower background using my Ranger Distress Inks, and a Jillibean Soup Stamp.

You know I have to add texture and dimension! To create the “farm” I cut around the farm scene, from a second farm scene, I fussy cut the barn, tractor/trailer, and hens. What's a farm without trees? I attached all the pieces with pop dots. Notice the open barn doors?! Using a scrap of cardboard, I dry brushed the edges with Ranger Distress Paints for the land.



The denim flowers were cut from a pair of Hubby’s old pants!



How about a little burlap edging.



Don’t you just love the look of wonder on my great-nieces face! This layout will be added to her book, therefore I left the journaling block for her mom to record memories.

I would love to see your version of the sketch! Click Here to go to Nut About Sketches

Thanks for stopping by!


4 comments:

patti west said...

ohmygosh, Jodi...I am blown away by this lo of yours!! The little barn even has working doors??! Amazing! Love the background stamped cs and all the textures you've added - flowers from the hub's old jeans. Made a note of that!! LOL! Super great lo! :)

Rhonda V. said...

Lovvvvve this gf!!! That sweet barn scene is fabulous and I totally love the stamped background paper too!

Rock on with your amazing scrappity self girlie!!!

Liz said...

Jodi... This is just awesome Lady!
You have such a unique style I want to be like you when I grow up someday.. I love that it's all your own and I never see it anywhere else.. It's in Jodi we trust.... Hugs

scrapinbabygal said...

Wow!! Your interpretation of the sketch is just fabulous and has so many wonderful details!! Love the different textures and your awesome embellies!!