Scrap Much?

Scrap Much?
Every Friday is Sketch-y Friday on the ScrapMuch? Blog and they have some amazing sketches. Every week a new sketch is posted, and you can participate in a Sketch-y Friday Link Up challenge for some awesome prizes. All sketches in a month are due before the end of the month, and they randomly choose a winner from all submissions. If you haven’t had a chance to check out their blog, their store or their entries to date – you are missing out. There is some good stuff over there!

Here is the ScrapMuch? Feb 14-2014 Sketch-y Friday sketch:

ScrapMuch-SketchyFriday-February 14.2014

I have a thing for circles, so was instantly drawn to the half circles in this sketch; and I also really like sketches that inspire you to include more than one photo – there is only so much book shelf in my house, so not every layout can be a single picture layout.  😉

I used the contents of the Boys Rule Scrapbooking Mini Kit #44 I recently ordered and am very happy with. This blog and store focuses on scrapbooking layouts and supplies with a masculine slant. So for all of you who actually get your men (partners, husbands, sons, nephews, etc) in pictures, this is a great blog to check out. I am so excited to use the rest of the kit.

So here is my take on the ScrapMuch? Sketch-y Friday using the Boys Rule Scrapbooking kit:



Supplies from the Boys Rule Scrapbooking Kit include: Lucky 7 Factory pattern paper (Attitude, and Pictures Box), Basic Grey Hey Boy! Designer Chipboard Stickers, and twine in teal, brown and soft green; Supplies from my inventory include: Ranger Ink Dylusions Ink Spray (Melted Chocolate), Versa Magic Multi Surface Chalk Ink (Jumbo Java, and Red Magic), Bo Bunny Double Dot paper (Chocolate), and Tim Holtz Ideology Findings Metal Gears



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