I really love this sketch. It was quite a challenge for me to create this page. I'm kind of new at using sketches so I haven't quite learned to interpret it and make it my own quite yet but I'm learning a lot and trying lots of new techniques as I create my layouts. This one was a lot of fun - it took me about 6 hours to create because I just kept coming up with more ideas.
First thing is the background design on the left was done with my Stampin Up Stampin Around tool and then I used clear embossing powder and heat embossing to give it some texture. I used my Tim Holtz distress inks in Tea Dye and Antique linen on almost all the elements and the patterned paper.
The ribbon slide was made from a recycled soda can that I ran through my cuttlebug using my Spellbinders Nestabilities Labels 4 and cut slits out with my craft knife. The grommet on the tag (left of photo) came from some scrapbook packaging.
The element in the upper right hand corner was a piece of cardstock that I used a Kaiser Craft rub-on on and then printed the info on vellum and adhered it.
On to the digital elements. I wanted a dance card instead of a bingo card and I didn't have a ticket either so I created them in Photoshop using the Design House Digital Kit - Jen Allyson's Vintage Findings - Black and Cream.
Other items used include: Bazzill Cardstock - Stonehenge, Patterned Paper: K & Co. ancestry.com Teal Floral & Letter Flat paper. Prima Flowers, Butterfly sticker by La Petites - Paper Studio, Buttons by American Crafts, Stampin Up! Chocolate Chip Ink, Stampedous Clear Embossing Powder, Marthat Stewart Eyelet Lace Punch.