My first thought was to use my cricut to make a stencil. I started to do just that. Then, I decided to challenge myself. Could I mimic the look of a simple font? Looking at the screen, I carefully practiced a few times on a scrap sheet of paper. I decided it wasn't half bad. Now for the big risk! I pulled over the sheet of background cardstock and started the title. My one and only tombow marker slowly ran along the surface of the page. what resulted was a close rendition of the font I had in mind. It still needed a little more. I filled in the letters with the brush tip end, then took my black pen and made an outline. I actually liked it! I decided to challenge myself to a little cursive. this time, my orange marker slowly moved across the page...and somehow, the results seem to fit with the fun, kid feel of the page.
-Arrow papers and orange triangle print from Sassafrass monstruosity.
-MM chipboard arrow- I drew on it with a white crayon, then inked it
with fresh green with moss green edges
-crate paper ribbon
-basic grey brads
- MM just chillin boy's collection: metal pow sign, diecut and journal spot
Sketches for You August #1 Scraplift and Ink challenge
Frosted Designs: need a little direction challenge
Club CK August week 1 Scrap Challenge; hand drawn title