Wednesday, 28 January 2015

Sketchabilities / White with 1

Challenge #131 from Sketchabilities the sketch is below
This challenge was a joint venture with White with 1, so create a layout based on the sketch and use 85% white on your page and the color of the month Placid Blue.

Here is my take- my scrapbooking buddies and I fought over my take on white since I said winter white, and antique white is still considered white. They argued that it was cream and so not white, but i said it is a shade of white.

Moving on i painted all the chipboard in either white or antique white as i like to say, sanded and inked with vintage photo distress ink.  I had to use ink i can't have an un- inked page; needed some contrast.

I used had a texture pack from my friend Wendy to create the background layers, sandpaper, gripper, place mat and shelf lining.
But my favorite part is the rubber bands!! I stretched them out to frame the picture and held in place with brads- another layup must metal of some sort.


The chipboard i used is from Blue Fern Studios who I always design for.


  1. WOW This is gorgeous, I love the background and all the texture. Thanks for joining us at WW1

  2. I love your design. Such an inspirational page...! Very unique...
    Thanks for playing along with us at Sketchabilities... Hugs, Merry

  3. This is gorgeous, love the design too. Thanks for joining us this month at WW1 :)

  4. This looks amazing! Love all the details on your background! Thanks for joining in with White With One this month!

  5. what a lovely layout!.. some great ideas on here too! You have followed long so well with the sketch and the colour! Thanks for playing along with WW1 and sketchabilities this month.

  6. This is beautiful love it ! Thanks for paling along with us at WW1 this month

  7. Love how you used the rubber bands, looks fantastic! And antique white is a warm white! Thanks for joining us at WW1.

  8. WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This is amazing!!! Thanks for playing along with Sketchabilities and WW1

  9. Such a great page - Thanks for playing along with WW1