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Okay, it's taken me until now to get to the sketch challenge. I haven't done one since before Christmas, so I'm a slacker! I got myself a Cuttlebug today and I just had to play. I'm really more of a scrapper, as you'll see....but thanks for looking anyway!
This is my very first challenge. Very new to stamping, and nervous to post! I think I may do another in this layout, I am not totally pleased with this one. I love this layout and really want to do it justice -can't wait for my Delight in Life stamp set!
For my second week of sketch challenges, I had some leftovers from last week... I went crazy last week on my first sketch challenge and made a whole gift set with some paper I'd stamped inspired by my son's baby sling! http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/ga...0&ppuser=36874
I can't upload to my gallery as I am sending this to my Secret Sis, but here's my card! The Night of navy panel is stamped with print pattern using versamark, heat & stick and Dazzling Diamonds. The flower is stamped on daisy d's printed paper and cut out. The sentiment is on dimensional tape to give it some "pop". Everything else is self explanatory! Yeah, I flipped it too.....
Here's mine...if it's not close enough to the sketch let me know and I'll take off the tag - the background paper I used was so busy I didn't want to make it look cluttered. There's nothing in the bottom right corner. LMK what you think...... Anna's Valentine
Finally getting to this challenge - very nice and simple sketch. The challenge part for me was cutting out objects for around the main image. I hardly ever cut out pieces - it's my least favorite thing to do. But I liked how my card turned out - so I might have to try it again. Thanks for the challenge!