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I love sketches. They are always fun to make for yourself or follow someone elses! I made this card style some time ago and loved it then. I love now, perhaps even more because I have punches to play with! Thanks for the fun!
Gosh I think I'm hooked. I tried the color challenge yesterday (my first Challenge of anykind ever) and had so much fun that I thought I'd see if there was anything for today and found this! The cards in the gallery for the challenge are GREAT! I can't wait to get home from work and give it a try!
WOW, finished finally. I am fighting a headache and it seemed that when I glued thing down, they would be crooked so I had to remove the squares and repostion a bit to often. I love this sketch though and will used it often, I am sure I ended up doing 2 cards. I looked through the earlier submissions for inspiration since I had not idea what to do at first. I have not idea if I cased a card or what, soooooo, If I cased your card please let me know so I can give credit for the idea.
Here are my two. They were suppose to be the same, however, I put the tape on the wrong side of the DP so two tiles got flipped. Look at both and see what a difference flipping two tiles makes. I was suprised. TFL!!!
This one was a tough layout for me. I kept on layering and layering, trying to make it look better. Since I am in love with my ticket corner punch, the corners screamed for hardware. In the end, the card looked almost like one of Faith's card. Except that I didn't layer my saying over my hodgepodge frame. I left it in it.
So I called my card