Can you imagine? Another week has just flown by! Have you been scrapping lately? The Let's Capture Our Memories gals sure have. And yes, that means that it's time for another round of LCOM's newest feature, "Sketch This Out!" - one sketch, one set of products, three designs.
This week, Becky Fleck from PageMaps gave us the green light to use one of her awesome sketches. Here it is:
And the products? None other than American Crafts' Dear Lizzy Lucky Charm collection! When it comes to this collection, AC says it best themselves: Featuring an endearing assortment of charm bracelet icons - flowers, horses, hot air balloons, hearts, and arrows - Dear Lizzy Lucky Charm is a dreamland of color and patterns. Sweet pinks, aqua, yellow, red-orange and cream are grounded with a fun navy blue that make this collection charming. Lucky you. Voilà!
Cute, eh? So very girly at first glance, but so versatile with its B-sides, this collection can be used for any occasion, with any photo(s).
Ashley, Aurélie and Jocelyne had an awesome time using this collection. Here are their designs:
Supplies used: Patterned Paper - American Crafts (Dear Lizzy Lucky Charm), Enamel Dots - Prima (Sugardots), Twine & Ink, Tags and Labels - Chic Tags (Love Note), Elle's Studio (You and Me Tidbits), Alphas - October Afternoon (Daily Flash), Stamp - American Crafts (Amy Tan), Ink - Prima (Chalk Ink - Teal Damask), Mist - Studio Calico (Mister Huey - Bazinga)
Supplies used: Patterned Paper - American Crafts (Dear Lizzy Lucky Charm), Paint - Tattered Angels, Wood Veneers - Studio Calico, Alphas - American Crafts and Prima, Pearls - Kaisercraft, Ribbon and scallop punch - Stampin' Up, Circle Punch - Fiskars, Stitching Templates - Tim Holtz and Bazzill Basics, Staples - Tim Holtz, Thread - DMC, Paper Clip - ACCO
Supplies used: Patterned Paper - American Crafts (Dear Lizzy Lucky Charm), Butterfly clip - Maya Road, Gems - Glitz Design (Wild & Free), Alphas - American Crafts, Cardstock - Close to my Heart (Kraft)
Just goes to show once again that any collection can be adapted to any sketch by any scrapper with any style. It's all about using the sketch elements that draw your attention in making your photo(s) pop, in telling the story. And of course, you'll be able to find this fabulous set of products over at the LCOM store right here - imagine what you could create with them? And when you do, please show us what you've designed!! ;)
And if you want to play with this week's sketch (or any of January's sketches for that matter), please link up your creations to the respective reveal. We have an awesome prize up for grabs! Here's how to do it:
Our January Prize
Our January prize is a copy of Scrapbook & Cards Today's CardMaps 3!
How to Play Along:
1. Make a newly created project using the provided sketch and upload it to your blog or online gallery.2. Then leave a link to your project using the Inlinkz widget at the bottom of this post. Please use a direct link to your LCOM Sketch post and not just your blog address.
3. If you upload to online galleries, please also use tag/keyword LCOM56. LCOM products are NOT required to participate, and you can enter as many times as you want. If you don't have a particular shape indicated in the sketch, feel free to substitute.
4. There is no time limit - you can always play any week at any time, but the linking form will close on the last day of the month at 8:00pm (Atlantic Standard Time) to allow us to find a prize winner.