Geocache Adventure

The Lets Get Sketchy, October 1-2018 sketch is a beauty! The sketch features a couple of photos (yahoo love that) and triangles (a current favourite, second only to cloud embellishments which have my eye these days).

Here is a peek at the sketch:

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Anytime I see triangles on a sketch I think outdoor, adventure, hiking and mountains. I have see triangles works so beautifully on other layouts but for some reason cannot switch of the “triangle = mountain” button in my brain. So I reached for some geocache photos from Salt Spring Island, British Columbia a few years ago with my dad and littlest brother and the Simple Stories, Cabin Fever collection.

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The Simple Stories, Cabin Fever collection was perfect for documenting this memory! I am so digging buffalo plaid these days and that bear sticker from the collection is just too cute. In fact Mr. Plaid McBear deserves a close up:

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I also used the matching Simple Stories, Carpe Diem Roughin’ It Plaid Washi Tape; Bazzill Basics Cardstock – Avalanche; Tattered Angels, Plain Jane, Simply Sheet Matte Mist  – Rich Brown; Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher; and some Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Glue to stick it all down. Oh and some string from my stash.

I created a 4×6 journal card as well so I could document the story of these photos – I had some an amazing time, I wanted to make sure I wrote down all “the feels”. I will attach the 4×6 journal card using a Simple Stories, Photo Flip. These Photo Flips are the perfect solution for adding journalling to your layouts without writing on your actual layout!

Swing by the Let’s Get Sketchy blog and play along! They offer two sketch challenges a month, one on the 1st and another on the 15th. They are always so fun!

Brande 

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