Today we welcome the talented Lorilei Murphy, also known as @roseyposey_studio , to the ES blog! Lorilei is one of our amazing contributors to the new From Sketch to Finish Vol. 5 class, and we know you’ll love what she has to share here on the blog today, as well as what she created for the class! Let’s take a look at what she made with one of our class bonus sketches!
Hello there! It’s Lorilei Murphy here with you today! I am excited to share a layout I made using the From Sketch to Finish Vol. 5 class that I was lucky enough to contribute to! Sketch 14 really caught my eye and I knew it would be perfect to use the gorgeous From Sketch to Finish Vol. 5 exclusive 6″ x 8″ stamp! You can see a small peek at the sketch at the bottom of the photo!
I made myself a large tag with white cardstock and stamped a big sentiment using the From Sketch to Finish Vol. 5 Stamp. I went through the Beautiful Day Die Cuts and chose the sweet flowers as an accent.
The sketch has a spot for an embellishment cluster at the bottom of the page, which I love! It was an awesome place to use the big “remember” die cut, also from the Beautiful Day Die Cuts.
I love the impact that is achieved with the use of Elle’s colourful and vibrant products. Paired with a sketch, it seems to be fail proof in creating pages! It is a little bit difficult to see, but I cut the hearts from the January 2020 Cut Files to place below my photo cluster for added texture.
I love how my project turned out! I stuck pretty close to the sketch, but I have learned not to follow a sketch exactly—making it much easier for me to use what I have on hand and import my own style into the project!
A little bit about Lorilei:
I live in rural Alberta, Canada about an hour north of Calgary. We (husband + 16yr old daughter) live on a 1/4 section in a house that took us 5 years to build! I have been actively scrapbooking for the last 3.5 years but have always been crafty or artsy in some way. I have dabbled with scrapbooking over the years and my first go was with wavy scissors and colored cardstock! I love color, but it took me awhile and a lot of practice to learn how to use it, so that I didn’t make a big mess!