Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Seattle Transformations Sketch

Welcome to the Club Scrap Artist Team Challenge!
Our challenge this month was to use the layout card provided with our Transformation kit.
What was really weird was as I was cleaning out some craft supplies I found some 1" perforated square sheets that used to come with our kits...like 12 years ago!  So I changed up the cutting directions a bit to use the sheets.  It allowed me to stamp an image, ink and then separate the image. Don't drop any of the squares...putting this shell back together was worse than a puzzle!
What I loved about this kit is that even though it had a Zen feel to it, the colors worked well with my photos from Seattle. I did add some red and blue to the kit to go with the die cut title I had on hand.
Supplies: Club Scrap paper, ribbon, stamps, tags and buttons. Cricut ocean dies, Northwest Memories title, Paper House wine buttons.

Please visit the other artists blogs to see how they've used this sketch or the card sketch to create a masterpiece.


  1. Brilliant use of the perforated sheet Lisa! Love how you ran with the sketch as inspiration and made it your own.

  2. Fun lay-out Lisa! Love how you incorporated the mini pics and that fun crab - he cracks me up!

  3. Such great pages! I love how you made the shell stamp in perfect squares.

    1. Love how you used the sketch, and the title work is great! Love this!

  4. Wonderful pages! Thanks for sharing.

  5. love the use of old and new. those perforated squares were perfect for this!

  6. Love the layout with that opt of red!

  7. This turned out great! (I think those perforated squares came from the old Sunken Treasures kit! An oldie, but a goodie . . . )

  8. Omigosh! I remember those perforated papers. Genius of you to use those . . . they're a great match. Love your pages.


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