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This was such a fun sketch - my pic does not look as pretty as the card IRL since the glitter on her dress and the ivory cs are just so pretty together.....this was a whole lot easier then red and pink and yellow......for me! That was a very fun challenge!! Here's my card:
I just had to show off the new basic grey paper, Euphoria, and of course, the stamping bella Gardenia Gardenthumb. Just what I thought of when I saw your sketch. LOVE IT - thanks for such great inspirations...
I wasn't quite sure I liked this sketch... especially the square turned on its side. Maybe I thought the square drew too much attention so I decided to make it a little more subtle by using the same paper as the layer under it with a pastel outline. So in the end I do like this card and even better it works for CC170 AND LSC172! Yay!
This is my contribution for two challenges, Sketch and Inspiration. Plus, I also have a Patriotic Father's Day card for you to look at in my gallery, if you likhttp://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/947191?cat=all&what=keywords&si=SC180e.....Enjoy....Phyllis
Location: Living in Kansas, but my heart is at OSU with my DS!
This was a challenge for me. I started out with PearlEx and Alcohol. The sparkle kept rubbing off of the paper. I then went and hair sprayed the entire paper and then it worked. yea!! The picture does not show the sparkle but it really does in real life. So here it is...