From Desk to Done #50, Siblings. Pictures of my hubby and his sisters. There’s one more and he is the only male. No wonder nothing I say or do surprises him. LOL!
If this is your first time here for From Desk to Done, here’s how it works. Every Friday, I share a completed layout, along with the supplies I used and an inspiration piece. You create based on what I’ve shared. It’s easy and you can do it in 5 minutes or less per day or do it all in one day! One thing is for sure, you’ll be getting your pages from your desk to done in no time! Here are your 5 minute daily prompts for those of you who only have a few minutes a day:
Day 1: Grab your photos.
Day 2: Gather coordinating patterned papers and cardstock. Try to choose colors that match the colors in your photo. Of course you can just grab your mixed media paper, if that is your thang!
Day 3: Pick out matching embellies and/or grab matching paints and mists if you are into mixed media.
Day 4: Cut pieces according to the sketch.
Day 5. Make your page. This can really go quickly if you just follow the process, even when using paints and/or mists.
See my sample below:
Another memory saved! Yay! Inspired by the sketch. Here are a few steps I took.
I let the sketch inspire me but turned the sketch to suit my needs.
I added my own doodling for a fun touch.
Dimensional accents add interest and movement here.
Added a little handwritten journaling and a title to finish it off.
I love the ease of creating with a sketch and simple supplies. Proof that it doesn’t take much time or a ton of supplies to create a great page and save your memories, again! See ya back here next Friday for From Desk to Done, No. 46! If this is your first time here, here is how you can continue the fun: