Resistance is Futile by Tracy Kosofsky

Saturday, November 15, 2008


I really can't believe how quickly the four weeks of Sketchapalooza at Feeling Scrappy are flying by - we only have a week left! Here are some of the layouts I completed in the last week (I'm not sharing all of them because some of them were created for others for a Scrapshare trading pages swap). Credits under each photo. Thanks for looking!

Credits: sketch by Stacey Lokovic; background paper from the Lily Divine kit by Gillilan Hurst; stitching and holes layer style by Cheryl Barber; cardstock texture by Ariadna Wiczling; flower templates by Christine Smith; swirls brush by Obsidian Dawn; buttons by Atomic Cupcake

Credits: sketch by Amy Bell; papers from the Vintage Fall collection by Mari Koegelenberg; swirls from a brush set by Obsidian Dawn; shape templates and distressed edge and messy foam actions by Atomic Cupcake
Faces in class photo blanked for privacy reasons (clearly I don't have that issue - lol).
Credits: sketch by Jayne Jones; papers and buttons from the Cutest Pumpkin kit by Jan Hosford; spider from a blog collab kit (unknown designer); matchbooklet template by Shalae Tippetts; journaling box by Kelley Mickus; Atomic Cupcake chalked, distressed and plastic actions and pinked edge template

Credits: sketch by Jayne Jones; papers by Kristy Valshan; folded paper template by Theresa Kavouras; snowflakes by Jamie Heyl; heart tag by Cherise Oleson; Atomic Cupcake edge template and velvet and rub on actions; cardstock texture by Ariadna Wiczling


Shalae said...

These are some gorgeous layouts! I love how you've hid the faces of the class members! LOL. It's so fun to see how someone has used a product you've made and you did a great job with the matchbook!

Brenda said...

Great pages! I just might have to join the next Sketchapalooza.

btw, you're welcome to share the pages you made for me. You'll have to blank out faces of everyone that isn't my son, though. :)

Cherise Oleson said...

Very cute! I love how you used that little heart tag as part of the title - very clever!

Jayne said...

What can I say Tracy - your digital pages just blow me away - very impressive!