Unfortunately, it didn't match with what was going on inside my head; BUT I loved the sketch anyway. I'd already decided upfront that it was time to do a double page LO - it's been AGES since I've done one and I still have an emptry frame gathering dust in my little studio.
(As "fate" would have it, I cannot use the frame with this LO after all, as it has too many raised elements!).
So - here is the sketch:
And here is my take on the challenge, in the form of a double page LO. You'll see that I have basically triplicated the LO above onto my 2 pages.
I decided to make the page on the left more of a 'feature'. I tend to do this with most of the double page LO's that I have done in the past. I dollied that page up alot more than the right hand page and I wanted to bring the 'circle' element from the sketch into that page too; which I did with the fussy cut doily. All my paper, element stickers and collectables are from Kaisercrafts Secret Admirer page (I think it's safe to say that I am addicted to Kaisercraft's ranges......)
The birdcage appears on the paper, but I used an element sticker over it and raised it with foam squares to give it some dimension. The chippies on both pages are from Enmarc and were all 'treated' the same - embossed with white glitter emboss and then glazed over with Glossy Accents. The photograph on the first page is also raised with foam dots.
The only element that is raised here is the bunting on the top right corner - this is from the collectables in this series. The splotches are Mister Huey.
Here are some close-ups:
Thanks - as ever - ScrapAfrica for a lovely challenge. This may just be my favourite one so far!!! :-)
Have a beautiful day!!!