Sunday, 5 August 2012

Goalkeeper Layout - Creative Scrappers Sketch 220 - Les Papiers de Pandore







Yes there's another sketch up at Creative Scrappers already!
EVERY Sunday!!  


I used my new Les Papiers de Pandore papers URBANESSENCE.


This layout tells the story of how my youngest son
inadvertently became a goalkeeper, a position he
now loves and is very good at!


That stamp was taken from a parcel I received earlier
this year, sent to me by my kind friend Alison from Spain :)
I couldn't believe how well it matched and how appropriate 
it was!  Other ephemera used - mesh (from vegetable
packaging) & ticket (see below) saved from an event.


Hand journaling - simplest way to tell a story.


Drops of mist - always a good way to start a page!


Stickpins and a bulldog clip.  Metal is always
a good way to go for male embellishments.


And there you have it!  That's it for today!!
Hope you can play along with us at Creative Scrappers!

HAPPY SUNDAY EVERYONE :)

Supplies List for "Goalkeeper" Layout

All papers "Urbanessence" by Les Papiers de Pandore
Badge - "Urbanessence" by Les Papiers de Pandore
Label, stickpins, mini-bulldog clip, gem & - stash
Stamp & mesh & ticket
{saved from posted item/vegetable packaging & event}
Ink - Prima - Old Road
Blue Mist - Smooch "Navy Twinkle"





28 comments:

Desire Fourie said...

Gorgeous Helen. Great boy's page - a bit different to your usual style.
Hugs
Desire

Fluffy said...

Great page, love how you have incorporated the paperclip! Tx

Marelize said...

Stunning boy page Helen! Lovely journalling and that stamp is just perfect. xx

Stefanie said...

Fabulous, love how you used pink and stars on your boys page. Still inherently your style though.
I had to smile at your journaling - Caleb always wanted to bat so Josh became a really good spin bowler.

Marjie Kemper said...

What a great LO, Helen... that stamp was such a fabulous addition! Love your handwritten journaling all the your signature layering... it's fabulous!

Keren Tamir said...

Love the layout and the photo is amazing. My favourite is your journaling not only real but beautiful handwriting

Debbi Tehrani said...

Really cool take on the sketch, Helen! Your paper choices and accents are perfect for your photo and subject!

ANUPAMA CHOUDARY said...

I totally identify with this story. While playing cricket with my older male cousins, I was always assigned the position of 'first slip'. My job was to stand behind a hedge and throw the ball over whenever it trespassed into the neighbor's property...LOL!
Love the colors you have used and the embellies.

carlies said...

Wow, absolutely fabulous.


hugs carla

Erin Blegen said...

Wow, this is awesome! I love that the photo is the first thing I see- and it's an amazing photo!! Great work, my friend :D,

xErin

sandi said...

Wow! Love this! Great take on the sketch and love the use of the postal stamp...perfect!

phamil said...

Helen, this is just a super awesome guy page! I love the details, and the color too! Beautiful work, and love the lettering, and your handwriting, it's gorgeous!!!!

Lizzy Hill said...

This is neat - very clean lines for you! And hand journaling is my fave - I think it adds personality...& you have lovely writing! Great colour scheme, too:):):)

Tracey Sabella said...

Such a fabulous guy page!! Love your journaling in your own hand!! ~ Blessings, Tracey

http://gracescraps.blogspot.com/

dstandard said...

What a great take on the sketch - you have such nice looking kids!

Sandi Cl~ said...

Wow, I envy how you have mastered the male layout. Just can't seem to do those well myself. Great photo and I love that you have journaled with your own handwriting .. so important to do! Cheers!

Lynnda said...

Helen... another stunning layout!!! I love it!!! Great photo..and I adore your journaling ..and of course your handwriting is beautiful...TFS..Hugs..xoxo

Mitra Pratt said...

loving the bulldog clip!! And those pretty red pins! Great page from a great sketch!

Jasmine S said...

Fab page Helen. Love that photo and the story behind the page. The stamp is just the perfect touch too.

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

This is GORGEOUS! I loveeeeeeeeeeee the colors, the torn distressed papers and loving the stars!!

alexandra s.m. said...

What a great page Helen!
Love all the details and various elements such as the net, the stamp or the pins ;-)

Beautiful!!
TFS~

Bellaidea said...

very cool project!

Melinda said...

Love this page Helen...so inspiring and a fab boys page too! Love the mesh you have used and the stamp is so cool! hope you are well :))xx

Lynette said...

This is such a lovely boy page...love all the elements you used here.

yyam said...

Nicely done Helen! Love how you incorporated found ephemera! :)

Fi said...

Fantastic boys page Helen, great paint techniques and I just love how you have used the pattern paper. Great photo as well.

Sharm Nidyanandan said...

Awesome boys page Helen! Love the simplicity of it! :)

Eila Sandberg said...

Oooh you really have worked those papers so well Helen! this is such a cool boy page, love the bull clip and the perfect elements! Didn't want to post anything re Lulu here on your blog, you know where my heart and thoughts are don't you. Hugs to you my friends