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Old 08-02-2007, 07:45 AM   #1
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Where can I find the directions for old sketch challenges? I saw #63 and would love to find out how to do this card.... It folds out from near the bottom of the card? thanks for any info!!! LD
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After looking at the card, I don't know that there is a specific tutorial on it.

However, I think that the smaller panel is attached and then is held down by creating almost a "latch" with the slot punch. I don't know if that explains it or not. Hope it helps!

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I would love to know how to create the hills in this card. I have been everywhere and can't find instructions. Is it just something you "know"?
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I would love to know how to create the hills in this card. I have been everywhere and can't find instructions. Is it just something you "know"?
I just freehanded the curve with a pair of scissors. Then, I believe that I sponged the edges to soften any missteps with my scissors. I'm not sure if there are any rulers or cutters that would cut that curve...maybe the old style CM 12 inch cutter from their cutting system! Go for it on your own...you can do it!

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Thanks Nancy. I would like to give it a go. I just now took the sketch and blew it up on my copier until it was the same size as the card. I am going to cut a template out of a cereal box for it. I have tremors now so I have to work around my drawing. I actually used to be an artist but gave it up except what I am able to use stamping and scrapping.

I will be sure to credit you for the design.
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Thanks Nancy. I would like to give it a go. I just now took the sketch and blew it up on my copier until it was the same size as the card. I am going to cut a template out of a cereal box for it. I have tremors now so I have to work around my drawing. I actually used to be an artist but gave it up except what I am able to use stamping and scrapping.

I will be sure to credit you for the design.
Great idea to create the template, but don't credit me...just make sure you put the number of the sketche challenge in your title! I hope to see it soon!

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