Sunday, March 6, 2011

Just for the Halibut

Time for another Get Your Sketch On, we are already at sketch #10! Here is this weeks sketch:


Ok so I cheated a bit, I don't do circles well ;)  I used October Afternoon Seaside papers, some Unity Stamps (woodgrain and grid background and journaling block) and the sentiment stamp is from There She Goes.  I used my Cricut for the letters (Plantin Schoolbook) and the boat (Going Places).  This is also for Virginia's Little Mermaid challenge at the Scrap Shotz forum and for the Cricut Circle challenge - Guy Stuff (I included: twine, staples, cardboard - ripped from a box and distressing)


12 comments:

Dora said...

Laurel this is amazing I love the images, with the pictures love the colors, just perfect!

Creative Cutter Room said...

This is a great layout. Make me want to go fishing, or maybe just to a seafood restaurant. lol- TFS Cathie www.creativecutter.org

Julia Aston said...

What a great page! love the fishing theme and the woodgrain background!

Jeanne said...

Whoa Nelly, those are some big fish! Love the twist on the saying, too funny. The overall layout is just terrific, Laurel. You've certainly had a fabulously creative weekend!

Brenda said...

My dh woudl take either one, too! Great layout!

Kristina said...

Fantastic layout Laurel, those papers are awesome!!

Karen Pedersen said...

This is so wonderful. I love it. I love every last detail, from the main title, the subtitles, the journaling, the woodgrain paper, the lighthouse....need I go on?

Leigh Ann Baird said...

I love everything about this layout! The title is amazing!

Michele said...

This is such a great LO! : )

Alanna said...

This is too cute. Love the title.

girlia said...

Wow, lovin' all the details in this LO

Jana Eubank said...

AWESOME page!!! Love all the different elements and the way the blue takes your eye around the page. GREAT job!