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Roxie, this looks like another good one to me! Before I go off and start to figure this all out, I want to applaud for taking time to add the challenge date in the forums! Life is so much easier, at least for me, when the hostess displays the challenge number and date in the caption! Thanks for taking time to do this!! Okay, Roxie, I'll be back in a few.
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Sketch challenge to the rescue!!! I hate when I get started then cannot figure out how to put my elements together. I got really frustrated with this one so I waited till today in hopes that the sketch challenge would help....ahhhhh.... perfect!
I have been really into the whole "Spring" theme lately and this sketch gave me a perfect opportunity to use my new Elzybell stamp. Thanks Roxie for another fun and well-laid out sketch! Have a great day everyone!
OH! This sketch is so versatile! I can't wait to try it. Layout is the hardest thing for me to come up with, next being color.
I can't play for a few more hours yet, when my toddler goes down for a nap... I just can't seem to stamp with her trying to help me, sweet thing though.
Little late today as school was delayed due to weather so had grandkids til 10:30 but I finally finished my card. Roxie this was a nice sketch,,,Thanks. Had to think a while...decided to not use ribbon which is unusual for me. But added a little bling with the crystals and the EP.
GardenDiva AKA Tina DeLong
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Thyme began in a Garden.