Thursday, July 4, 2013

July ScrapRoom Sketch... You Know You Want To

Not much for a subliminal message, is it?  LOL  But seriously, this sketch is completely awesome and I made a page in less than hour with it (which is like a miracle for me, just so you know).  If you want to get more pages done (and who doesn't), check out this sketch:
July ScrapRoom Sketch by Tammy Harp
"2nd Grade Swagger" by Jennifer Moore
"Video Game Ninja" by Theresa Sovacool
"Happy Easter" by Melanie Call
"Hello Freaks" by Tammy Harp
Okay, seriously... this sketch is your friend!  Take three blocks of color and just add some photos (or maybe just one), a title, and a little sprinkle of embellishments, and you've got it.  And if you just take one your TSR kits... you've got three different patterned papers and the sprinkle of embellishments already.  Yep, just another way we make it easy to get more pages done!

Once you've got *your* page done, link it up in our comment section below, and one lucky someone will win some TSR cash... and this month, our winner is Rebecca Geile with this totally hilarious look at everyday life in the Geile household... pants optional!
"Dressed for Success" by Rebecca Geile

Congratulations, Rebecca! Please email Tammy at with your name, address, and the name of the contest you won. She'll get your prize to you right away. Happy shopping!

- Theresa/Savi

P.S.  Don't forgot to link up your layout in the comments below! 


  1. Great sketch!
    Here's mine...

  2. Thanks! Here is mine:

  3. We need to see more!
    Here's mine -

  4. Love the sketch! Here is mine:

  5. Fun sketch to play with!!! Here is my layout... ;0)

  6. Thanks for this fun sketch! Love how we can really take advantage of those patterned papers you include in these kits. Here's my version; I turned it on its side:

  7. Beautiful sketch!! Here's mine

  8. Here is is in the scraproom Gallery Feb 2011 kits. I killed that kit off with this one. I had to rotate it to fit the pics I wanted to use this time.

  9. I also did this one with the sketch...this time not rotated...