Thursday, 8 January 2015

White with 1 and Sketchabilities - January

This month White with1 and Sketchabilities have teamed up...

the colour is

ww1 placid blue

and the Sketch is

sketchabilities Jan sketch in collab with ww1.
and this is what I created for the challenge this month...

What an unusual colour "Placid Blue" is... It was a bonus to find a Memories Mist in the right shade (happy!) The sketch has a couple of circles and Scrapmatts has 'Ornate Frame 17' a great size for the top circle and Twiddleybitz had the smaller circle with a flourish shape which were both misted. I'm loving the Pink Paislee 'Artisan paper' because the gloss pattern can be coloured.
A couple of Manor House Creations flowers, a Prima bloom were the right colour or lightly misted... before adding some Kaisercraft 'rose leaf' and pearl strands. The bottle cap is from my friend Regina (still have 2 left!) Add a paper doiley, Kaisercraft 'printed tape' builders mesh, assorted trims for a border, a sprinkle of Adirondack ink and the layout is complete!!

Photo print was a gift from Jacqui when the 5 of us caught up for a class at A Place to Create and lunch before Christmas - lovely day out with the girls!!
Alison x


  1. Love love this page the colour and embellishment works so well together . Thanks for sharing .

  2. This looks amazing, I love the flowers and the corner cluster.. and thanks for joining in with WW1 this month too!

  3. Fabulous take on the sketch and colour Alison. Love it! Thanks for joining us at WW1.

  4. Wow! Such awesome creativity! Thank you for playing along with the Placid Blue challenge at White with 1!

  5. Amazing page love all the chippy used.

    1. Making my way through my stash! haha
      Thank you!!

  6. Simply stunning, such texture and beautiful clustering. Thanks for joining us at WW1

  7. Loving this!!!!! Thanks for playing along with Sketchabilities and WW1

  8. Stunning layout Alison, love everything about it. Thanks for joining us this month at WW1 :)

  9. Wow I love your rope boarder! just gorgeous - thanks for playing along with us at WW1