We know that you all love a great sketch.
Sketches have so much life in them. Use different collections each time, and you are sure to have endless possibilities. You can also rotate the sketch right or left, and get a whole new take on it.
Sketches are created as a “jumping off” point for you. They can be interpreted exactly or very loosely. There are not measurements, so you can make it yours.
CHALLENGE #4: Create a spread using this sketch as your inspiration, incorporating one of the following pinwheel techniques to your spread! When you are done, take a quick photo and post it to the event page before 5:00 pm CST to qualify for the prize.
Use hashtag #CMVirtualCrop.
Kelly uses traditional pinwheels and shows you not only how you can layer two of them together, but also how you can layer them with flower shapes.
- Cranberry Cardstock US CA AUS
- Woodland Whimsy Girl Paper US CA AUS
- Woodland Whimsy Girl Variety Mat Pack US CA AUS
- Woodland Whimsy Embellishments US CA AUS
- Daisy Punch US CA AUS
- Border Maker System and Scallop Dot Border Maker Cartridge US CA AUS
- Scissors US CA AUS
- Tape Runner US CA AUS
- Foam Squares US CA AUS
Cut a square of paper, fold diagonally. Cut approximately 2/3 along each fold. Add Tape Runner on one side of each point and fold it into the centre.
Marja shows us how to create pinwheels by layering and angling squares–rotating between pattern and cardstock squares.
To create this spread you will need:
- Royal Blue Cardstock US CA AUS
- Evergreen Cardstock US CA AUS
- Raspberry Cardstock US CA AUS
- White Cardstock US CA AUS
- Sorbet Paper Pack US CA AUS
- Sorbet Stickers US CA AUS
- 12″ Decorative Trimmer US CA AUS
- 12″ Stright Trimmer US CA AUS
- The Tape Runner US CA AUS
- Black Dual-tip Pen US CA AUS
Beth creates a digital layout for us using pinwheel embellishments.
Created by Beth Thomander- Canada
The next challenge will be posted on the page at 5:00 pm CST.
Future Virtual Crops:
May 6th National Scrapbook Day
2 thoughts on “Challenge 4- Creative Memories March Virtual Crop”
I think this was sent out by mistake. There’s nothing on the blog page when you try to open this. I guess this is for the crop tomorrow.
I’m getting a “page not found” for this post.
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