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Wow....the first sketch for August? How did we get here so fast? This week I have an easy sketch to share, with a big panel to focus on those larger images, scenes, or big sentiments. Have fun playing - can't wait to see what you come up with!
Ready to see the sketch in action? Take a look:
I made two cards for this sketch. Here is my first sample: Smile
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Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: Dublin, Ireland
I agree - how is it August already??
I LOVE sketches with big panels - looking forward to being able to combine this with one of the DTGD challenges after work.
Thank you, Taylor . And thank you for the big "smile" this morning! Humphrey sure has a lot of growing to do to fit those overalls.
Here'smy card for this challenge. I already had the embossed back attached to a card and when I saw the sketch I decided to use it to make the card. I love how the birdcage come out but I'm not sure about the border that goes behind it.
Location: Living imperfectly with great delight! AB, Canada
I'm playing along for my first time...I'm part of a Card a day blog group, so I think I will be utilizing more of these great challenges! The front panel seemed to be just the right size for my Dahlia...