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It's week 95 of our WSC Getting Sketchy (October 24 - October 30). We have another fabulous sketch for you this week!
We encourage you all to play along, and to enter your card in the weekly draw for a $15 gift voucher to the MFT Boutique. Simply follow the sketch and create a card or other paper creation. You may use any stamps and supplies that you wish. Each week, a keyword is assigned to the sketch. All you need to do to enter, is upload your card to the gallery at SCS, and enter the given keyword in the keyword box, during the upload process. After the deadline, we randomly choose a winner from that week's entries and the winner will receive a $15 gift voucher. If the winning card uses MFT stamps, the participant will earn a $5 bonus, for a total of a $20 gift voucher! That is up to $100 per month in prizes, JUST for playing along. We hope you'll join us in 2012.
Gorgeous cards! Hope I can play along this week. We had to put my Mom in the hospital last night with pneumonia, so I'll be on hospital duty on and off for the next little while. I should be home tomorrow, though. I'll try to play then!
Had fun with this one. The Nightshift Blue went with the patterned paper really well, as well as Nautical Blue Memento ink. I was impressed how well they went together. My angled rectangle is out of vellum as I wanted the patterned paper to show through, but you can barely see it in the picture. I loved the birds in the patterned paper and was thrilled to use my Die-namics Contempo Cage bird again, but it was facing the wrong direction. Oh well.
Meet little Lucy. She was inked up for the first time tonight. Rotating the focal paper was a departure from my comfort zone but I have to admit that I love the results. Thanks so much for the inspiration!
I never seem to be able to enter a thumbnail, so here's my link to the SCS gallery photo, and if anyone could share how they enter their photos as thumbnails, I would so appreciate it. I'm clicking on the little image icon but it only asks for my picture link and not the actual image itself.