Sketch n Scrap sketch #277
This is a fairly simple sketch but I decided to do something different with it. Instead of a solid piece of paper on the left side, I played around with the Frankenstein technique. What's the Frankenstein technique, you ask? Well basically, you create a new piece of paper using bits and pieces of other papers. Check out the YouTube video showing how I put my Frankenstein paper together:
SO MUCH FUN and I loved how the layout turned out.
I'm still working on my photos from our 2020 road trip from CA-UT-AZ-CA and it's so fun looking back at them. I'm almost done scrapbooking the photos which means another road trip is due! :)
All the stickers with the exception of the one in the middle right (Saguaro) are from a sticker pack I bought at a Five Below store. They were a great find and so pretty! The black & brown labels were bought from Joanne's years - I mean years - ago.
I used the Cricut to cut the letters for my title. I completely forgot to write down the font so I apologize for it. I used a finepoint pen to outline the letters before adhering them to the layout. And I'm happy to say, I used my T-square ruler to help with placement.
Before I forget, I also added some walnut ink to the Frankenstein piece to tone it down a bit and give it a natural look. What do you think?
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