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Hi there, friends! I am happy to be hosting again this week! It seems my style has really been leaning more toward clean and simple cards lately (it's all I have time for now-a-days) so my sketch this week follows suit . It's quite versatile....I think you'll enjoy it! We've got a lot of great samples to help inspire you this week ...
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Great sketch challenge, thanks! I used to love using my spirograph drawing set, and I found this set the other day- so it became my center panel. I added a daisy border, and the corner flower element from Rubber Stampede's Azalea Blossom. Here's Flower Chain
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Great sketch! So simple and easy (yet this was for some reason hard for me). I have lots of other ideas and want to make more cards.
Thanks for looking and thanks for a great sketch. I will be back to comment this evening. Right now I promised my little boy we'd go outside and play. http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/ga...0&ppuser=36791
Last edited by genistamps; 06-13-2012 at 09:48 AM..
Reason: I'm a dingbat! I forgot to paste my card in! LOL
I loosely followed the sketch. Instead of a flourish, I used twine and I felt like the mast of the sail boat flowed along the lines of the flourish, and the boat itself matched where the flower would be.