While I've been busy with other things, Let's Get Sketchy continued their birthday celebrations with another blog hop, and another set of challenges.
I've recently listed out all my unscrapped 2002 photos in an attempt to quickly match them to sketches as they arise. I picked a photo of a Martello tower in Suffolk to go with Laura's challenge of this sketch and something wooden.
I used the same sketch twice in the first LGS blog hop, but the versatility of sketches means that all three pages are different, and they'll be in different albums anyway. (The others were What a Handful! and Live, Laugh, Love.)
This time I used a 6x6 chipboard panel as a mask and stippled paint through it onto my background. I also painted the borders at the top and bottom of the page rather than using washi tape or paper. My 'something wooden' is a wood veneer pinked circle which I fitted over one of the circles in the background.
Cardstock - American Crafts
Paper - V&A Museum, HOTP Brown Alphabet Tiles, Simple Stories
Wood Veneer - Studio Calico
Paint - Mixed from Folk Art Coffee Bean and Stencil Collection Bright Blue
Ink - Ink it Up!
Creative Embellishments Circles Chipboard