I've had a few people ask what my process is for creating layouts. As you know, I don't usually put alot of thought into what I'll use or actual design I'll follow - I just grab a photo then I pick things I think work with it. However when I sat down today to work on a layout for this weeks Sunday Sketch, I thought I'd snap some photo's along the way to show how my odd little brain puts it all together.
This is what I ended up with:
I went a bit off skew with the actual sketch. I fully intended to keep to the grid like the sketch (and Kelly's layout, which I really, really love!) , but as usual, it just didn't finish up that way ;)
Below is slide show of my layout from start to finish. I apologise for the quality of photo's - my camera died after the first couple so the rest were taken on my phone and the lighting isn't the greatest today. Why is it your camera batteries always die just as you're planning to use the camera for prolonged periods of time... only takes 30 minutes to charge but I couldn't wait, haha.
And here are some closeups of the finished layout (using the real camera as it was well and truely charged by the time I finished, lol):
I hope you're having a great weekend! Tomorrow Zack and I thinking about going to one of the nearby country markets for the morning. Lots of goodies for us both to look at and there is a van there with the best hot jam donuts :)
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