Hey there! I've got another one to share today. I'm trying to get caught up in preparation for next week (hint hint) :-). I worked on this a week ago for a couple of challenges. The sport challenge for Scrapbook Generation using a sketch from Scrapmuch?.
I flipped as well as turned the sketch. I wanted a downward motion to simulate the motion of my son swimming down the lane. I kept is simple using strips of washi tape. I didn't want to overwhelm the page with the wavy piece. I also wanted to create some contrast to the page with bits of yellow mixed and multi color striped paper it wouldn't be all green & blue.Lastly, I added the black, I thought it would lead back to the photo and little bit of lane line in it.
This is my son 2 weeks ago swimming the Butterfly for his High School at a Championship meet. My husband snapped this photo as he was swimming down the lane, zooming in. Sent he resemble Michale Phelps? Just kidding. But I am in complete awe of his ability, commitment and love of swimming.
Thanks for stopping by my creative view today. I'm not done yet this week, so come back again soon.
Supplies: CS-American Crafts, PP-Simple Stories, washi-amy Tangerine, Darice, Queen & Co, WRMK, chipboard-BoBunny, Stickers-Pebbles, wood piece-Pink Paislee, epoxy-Freckled Fawn, mist-Heidi Swapp, Tattered Angels, pen-EK Success