Here is what I created with it:
Next, I layered on these B-side papers from a great botanical collection from SEI called Field Notes. These colours seemed to work well with the colours in my photo.
Here's a shot of the left side cluster and title work. My Silhouette got its initiation on this layout. I cut out the cakes with it. This cake is supposed to be a template for a shaped card, but I just shrunk it down and cut it on the fold line to create 2 cakes. To create the frosting, I painted the layered pieces with gesso tinted with Pearl Ex. If you read my last post, you know that was a technique I wanted to try, so I made a point of doing it. The Pearl Ex created some beautiful tints - I created pink, blue and green and used them for the cakes and as backdrops for the clusters.
This is the same section of the layout, just another shot to try to give you an idea of the dimension on this layout. Lots of foam adhesive on many layers gives this layout a lot of dimension. I recycled some Prima packaging to recreate the circle element that is present on the sketch. Well, for me, it was half circles - 2 of them. I like how they pulled the journaling in, too.
So, I have another Disney layout complete, and I tried 3 new things on this layout. Not bad, eh? If you'd like to see the sketches the rest of the My Sketch World team chose, and what they did with it, pop by the My Sketch World blog.
I'll be back again soon and I think it might involve a giveaway...