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Wednesday, 24 June 2015
Operation Write Home - sketch 248
Topic: Sketch Challenge

WOW, that looks complicated! That was my first response to OWH sketch 248:


I thought I could relieve some of the clutter by using papers that are similar in color and pattern. This helps them to blend together.

I wanted to use 3D gold heart stickers so chose larger ones for the larger circles and then used small ones scattered about as shown on the sketch.

By careful placement of the smaller hearts I was able to integrate them with the background, lessening their impact.

I had one paper more than what I needed for the circles so I used that to cut the horizontal strip. In tied it into the rest of the layout by bordering it with gold metallic pen.


When mounting the sentiment strip I popped one end up on foam tape for dimension. This echoes the raised layers of the heart stickers.


Ddd


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 12:01 AM PDT

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