I Treasure This | Elle's Studio Sketch

I had some time to play on Monday and as I was looking around the world wide web, I came across a great sketch from Elle's Studio. It is a rather simple sketch, but it appealed to me and of course I had to add my own spin to it. I have a small bit of Elle's goodies in my stash and it was fun to pull them out and use up a few of them. Especially since I have some new stuff coming my way from them!


TIP | Ink Splatters

This just kind of came to me as I was thinking about adding some paint splatters to my layout. What if I tried to do this with my Distress Stains? What if I slammed it down hard on my paper? Would the ink splatter? Well, I tried it and it worked. Of course, I practiced on some scrap paper first. When you try this, The only thing I can recommend is to not be afraid and just go for it. And it was actually kind of fun, so you may see this again real soon!

INSPIRATION | Elle's Studio Sketch

Patterned Paper: Pebbles/ From Me to You Collection
Die Cuts: Elle's Studio/ Saltwater, Summer Lovin', Day To Day, You and Me
Stamp: Pebbles/ Roller Stamp
Twine: The Twinery in Ocean 
Ink: Ranger Distress Stain in Salty Ocean


  1. Love your page! I saw this sketch and wasn't sure what I'd do with it. Awesome take...and WTG on those perfectly-placed paint splatters!

  2. This turned out awesome! Such a great use for all those Elle Studio bits and pieces I've been collecting. Love your idea for the paint splatters too. :)

  3. What an awesome layout. I love all the layers, the banner and twine! Your ink splatters are fabulous! I'm going to have to try it. Never thought of using the distress stains!

  4. Fabulous Juliana! I have several distress stains - going to have to try this - I love how it came out!

  5. This is gorgeous!! LOVING the colors, the circles and the banner!!!!

  6. Love how you used the Sketch and the Yellow and Blue! And the banner and paint splatters are both really awesome!


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