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Here’s a nice one to test your skills. It reminds me of week 102 but is still very different.
The large designer paper panel will be your option; I didn’t number that on the sketch as a layer.
If you think you can pull off flipping this sketch, that‘s fine!
-I’m sorry to those that liked the description of the layout in words but I’m not great with words and it gets time consuming for me to think to hard!
-If you have any questions just ask here or PM me. But remember I go to bed shortly after I post the challenge; it’s an early post for your convenience!
BEFORE YOU PLAY: READ THE WRITE UP UNDER THIS WEEK (for the option!)
To print this layout: - (nc means no color) If you see a small layout click on it or if you see an icon click on the words next to it.
-When the black surround screen appears click only on the layout and a white screen with the layout should appear.
-Right click and click on print from the pop up box or hold down your shift key and P key at the same time.
-Now you're ready to choose print and it should print to actual size of the card depending on your computer.
I haven't done a challenge in a couple of weeks, so I decided to stay up and do one tonight using the new stamp set that I purchased from A Chemistry With Paper. Hereit is. It was nice to get in a challenge! Thanks for the cool sketch, Roxie!
This is a neat sketch Roxie! Hope to have a chance to play later. Thanks for doing this week after week the Sketch Challenges are a favorite to do. I so appreciate your including the dimensions in the description of your example which BTW, is always just fantastic!