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This week's sketch was inspired by a card that has been in my favorites for a very long time, almost a year in fact! Ilove the colors and the lovely details and I LOVE the layout Yvette used in her curvalicious card!
(The original card could not be found in the galleries of three members with Yvette in the username, so I linked my card for an example. Roxie - March 13, 2009) Rox71
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 love this layout, I've used it many times and I was originally inspired by Yvette also. Here's an old card from my gallery that was inspired a year ago from Yvette. I'll be glad to make some new samples tonight when I get home, but this will do for now. Thanks for looking, Ann
Maybe you all know this tip, but in case someone doesn't...... To get the curves to match, I hold the 2 pieces of cardstock together and cut through the 2 layers at once, and just slide one (piece of cardstock) down to make it a little longer than the other. Ann
I am getting ready to try this. This is a goofy question but do I really need to cut 2 wavy layers? Do you think it would work if I just cut the strip and layered it on top of the other two? Thanks for the help.