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*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-* This Week:
This week’s layout is one I saw on contest cards I’m recycling for Keiki and I thought you might enjoy the layout. So I was off to the gallery and I found some great examples. So let’s pull out the designer paper, or create our own backgrounds again and have some fun.
Here's what I did for measurements:
My paper panel is cut the same size as the card front minus ¼” on one side. The fold up is 5/8” on the right side, 1 ½” on the left side. These are just to help you and can be changed.
Pay close attention to the right corner on the fold up and choose what works best for you, over the card front edge…or not.
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.
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Oooo - this looks like a fun one! Hope I get a chance to give it a try. Thanks for always coming up with some fun and creative new ideas for us, Roxie!! I always look forward to these sketch challenges!
I haven't been able to participate in a challenge in a while so while I was up late making some other cards, I checked in on the challenge before turning in for the night and spotted this great sketch. I threw something together with the CS and Ink Pads I had out. Not to happy with my work but this sketch makes me want to try again soon.