Welcome to April’s Let’s Blend Challenge. I love Katie’s Watery Scribble Brushes. They can be used as an accent or a clipping mask, making them very versatile. So, I thought we might play a bit with them this month.
Here is some inspiration from the Creative Team to help get the creative juices flowing:
Anke clipped a striped paper to one of the scribbles to accent a beautiful photo of her daughter. She also used the other one as brushwork in the background and it all pops off the dark blue paper.
Products used: Katie Pertiet: Simple Classics No. 05 Kit (frame)
Fine Line Twists No. 01, Watery Scribbles Brushes and Stamps No. 02, Dictionary Blendables: Spring No. 01, Good Day Scrapbooking Collection.
Sarah used the scribble as paint strokes to highlight a gorgeous photo she took of tulips in Seattle. I love how she duplicated the brush numerous times and changed the colors to create a paint brush look.
Products used: Katie Pertiet: Watery Typecast Sentiments No.1, Spring Fields Complete Scrapbooking Collection, Hinge Pack, Studio Double D: Readymade Borders: Love N. 03, Lynn Grieveson: Kibblewick Kit, Margot Kit, Watery Scribbles Brushes and Stamps No. 02, Dictionary Blendables: Spring No. 01.
I started my page with one of Katie’s templates and modified it by using the brush as a clipping mask for the photo of Justin. Switching things up on a template by using different brushes can give your page a whole new look.
Products used: Katie Pertiet: Blendables Layered Template No. 50, Artistry d’Blanco Element Pack, Shadowed and Scripted Brushes and Stamps No. 01, Multimedia Dots No. 01, Life Lines Solid Paper Pack, Blendable Layers No. 29, Watery Scribbles Brushes and Stamps No. 02.
I hope you are feeling inspired! Katie has given us a wonderful freebie pack to use for this challenge. Using the items in the freebie pack and your other Designer Digitals products, post your page in the Mask Appeal Scrapbook Challenge Gallery as well as in the April Challenge Participation Thread to increase your savings at Designer Digitals. A big thank you to Anke and Sarah for creating such inspiring, beautiful layouts and helping me out with this challenge.