tirsdag 7. mai 2013

The London Eye (A new The Studio Challenge is up!)


Are you as much as a sketch fan as I am? In that case, check out this great sketch from The Studio Challenges, created by Valerie.

I used this sketch to make this page about the London Eye:

Petterned paper, washi & banners: Teresa Collins. Chipboard: Memory Maze. Flairs: The Paper Bakery
Alphas: Webster Pages (thin), Crate Paper (fat)

Closeup photos focusing on chipboard from the May sponsor Mamory Maze:

Chipboard painted with acrylic paint.

Inked chipboard words. Painted hipboard cogs

I took my family to London during the Easter break, and it was a wonderful trip, even if it was cold and without any signs of spring. I just love London, and have visited the city several times, but this is the first time with kids. And thay had a blast, too - there is so much to see and do in London. We visited the usual tourist traps as Madame Tussauds, the London Eye, the aquarium and Hamleys, but we did a lot of walking, too, and got to see a lot of known places: Big Ben, Trafalguar Squares, parks, Covent Garden etc etc. We only had four days, so we didn't reach every place worth seeing, but we're surely coming back. And beware of more London layouts in the future :-)

What do you say - do you want to play with us at The Studio Challenges, and maybe find out how to win a fabolous prize from the chipboard manufactorer Memory Maze? You have the entire month of May to do so. Welcome!

6 kommentarer:

Chantelle sa...

beautiful page - I just love all that white and the use of chipboard is wonderful - awesome work!!

Trish sa...

Love this page.well done!

Laurence sa...

I love this page, it has a strong visual impact with clean lines, beautiful !

Bente Fagerberg sa...

Soo cool Hilde! Love everything!! The sketch looks tempting and that cogs-chippie in the corner is awesome and perfect for this page!! Hugs!!

Chantalle sa...

Loving that white-washed chipboard on the white paper! The angle at which you've shot the eye is awesome

pysselpetra sa...

Wow that picture is fabolous and amazing framing of it ♥