Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Sketch/Template 12

Happy Tuesday! I'm back with another free template to share. This template features more hexagons because I'm on a hexagon kick lately. In fact, I used the negative hexagon cut from the last sketch I posted on my example page. So if you have the free .svg file from my last post, you'll be all set to work with this sketch.

The sketch was based on this layout that I created with my February Scraptastic Club kit called "Hearts A Flutter". I loved these photos of my daughter concentrating while addressing her Valentine cards. She always works really hard to pick out the perfect card for each one of her friends.

I only have a few extra example pages because I was too sick to send the sketch out early! Marlene came through for me with this absolutely adorable snow themed page. I love the letters that she chose for her title work, and the layered octagons totally rock!

Nancy also supplied an example page using the sketch. I love the awesome color combination she used and the super fun title she chose for this layout about her husband making his own cheese for the first time. I think it's great that she adapted the sketch to work without the hexagons too!

I was able to create a digital layout with the sketch this week. I did it yesterday morning! There's nothing like waiting until the last possible minute. Right? I used some digital supplies by Jenni Bowlin from the store at Jessica Sprague's website to complete this page about my son playing at the park.

Before I go, I have a free matching digital template that I made in Photoshop Elements for digital scrapbookers. Please click the link below to download it!

http://www.box.com/s/a3lf70v57a0rq681z3rm

*Please remember to read and respect my terms of use. If you’re not familiar with what’s allowed and what’s not, please review the TOU file found in the template download.

Wood Grain Thank you

7 comments:

Cindy deRosier said...

What a great variety of projects. It's always amazing to me how different the same sketch can look by changing something as minor as the colors.

Just Jaime said...

I love this sketch and tried to use it last night but ended up making octagons rather than hexagons and...well it didn't work as well as I wanted. I got it figured out though and the pictures are in the same place!

mustangkayla said...

I always get excited when I see a post about your new sketches and a few takes on it! Great layouts and great sketch!

Nancy Keslin aka Homesclscrapper said...

thanks for letting me play. hugs.

Patrice said...

Love the honeycomb accent!

Nichole Koch said...

I LOVE this! Thanks for the photoshop template!

Nichole Koch said...

I LOVE this! Thanks for the photoshop template!