Thursday, April 21, 2011

Street {graffiti} Artist

My girls love to play with sidewalk chalk but this particular day, they had sidewalk paint and a paint stick.  I captured these pics of Miss Reese going to town painting the street. The end result looked like graffiti but they had a blast!

I used the Hello, Sunshine kit from Scrapbook Circle that seems to keep going like the Duracell bunny and the photo placements from this week's Sketchy Thursdays sketch. I also drew inspiration from a layout by Mou Saha that was included in February 2011 CK magazine.

UPDATE: this layout will be added back in January 2012 when it comes out in Creating Keepsakes!!!!!!


Supplies from Scrapbook Circle Hello, Sunshine kit: Crate Paper Neighborhood Collection - Block Party, Visit, Garden papers, Border Stickers, 12 x 12 Chipboard Accents; Crate Paper Portrait Alphas labels; Echo Park For the Record Alphas; American Crafts thickers white (inked with CTMH Outdoor Denim blue)

Here's the sketch. Visit the Sketchy Thursdays site for more sketch inspiration from their amazing design team and to play along this week for your chance to win a great prize from Everyday Scrapbook.

6 comments:

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

This is sooooooooooo FUN! I love love love love those photos and loveeeeeeeeeeeee the block design!!! GORGEOUS! :):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):)

Diana Fisher said...

I totally agree on those kits. They last forever, don't they?! Love how you used the scraps like this. PS: Love your handwriting!!

Nati Tristan said...

This is so adorable! It's super cool! And she is just precious!

Diana Waite said...

this is GREAT! love this take on the sketch--great use of the kit too! :)

Cynthia B. said...

This page is awesome!! Has Crate seen it? I'm sure they'd love how yove combined all the Neighborhood patterned papers...I know I do! TFS!

lisa said...

Heather this is a really cool LO. I love all the colours and how you journaled around the edge.
Looks fun painting the street too : )
Happy Easter xx