Friday, October 26, 2012

LCTS Reveal

Natalie created sketch #155 for us to work with.

If you know anything about me, you know that this was about 4 photos too many for my usual style.  To make it my own I substituted tags for the smaller photos along the right. 

I kept the larger photo, and the mats behind it, and moved the large title from the bottom left to the top right.  You can still see the inspiration from the sketch within the layout.
The photo was taken just before leaving for the Canadian National Dance Championships where Isabelle competed (for the first time ever) with her Jazz Large Group.  Their song was called Fiesta a fun, and upbeat rhythm with a real Brazilian flavor. 

Journaling reads: After only one year of taking Dance Classes at KickIt Isabelle was invited to participate in the Competitive Jazz Class.  It was a little challenging for her at first, but after a few weeks, and a added number of classes including Ballet, she looked great.  She loved performing Fiesta at CNDC, and Festival this year.

If you'd like to see what the rest of the DT came up with using Natalie's sketch you should pop over here and to have a peek later on today.

Thanks for popping in today.  I hope you have a fun filled weekend on the horizon.

♥ S. 



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7 comments:

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Beautiful!! LOVING the colors, the photo and the tags!!!!

Jody said...

Great take on the sketch Sherri! Love your tags!

taraelias.com said...

Fabulous take on the sketch!

Tracey Sabella said...

Gorgeous page - love your take on the sketch!! ~ Blessings, Tracey

http://gracescraps.blogspot.com/

glorygirl said...

This is great! I love the typed journaling on the tags! Fantastic take on the sketch!

Hilde/Scoobie said...

Love how the journaling goes over several tags, and the color combo you have used on this layout - the splashes of red really makes it pop.
Fabolous take on the sketch - what a great way to make it yours!

Pam said...

This just rocks Sherri! I love the colors and the journaling on the tags.
Beautiful take on the sketch!