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We are limiting the number of submissions to the Die Cut Divas' challenge blog to 4. The challenges will close at 9:00 p.m. Pacific time. Thank you as always for your wonderful submissions. Arlene and the Die Cut Divas.

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

September Sketch Challenge


Do you need some card layout ideas for your cards? Join us this month for Our Sketch Challenge using 1 or both of the sketches below.


If you have never followed a sketch, the rules are very simple, you don’t have to follow it exactly, you can even rotate or switch things up, but it should have some resemblance to the sketch’s given. So have fun using these ideas and we can’t wait to see what you create!
Also please remember only 4 entries per person per challenge, and use at least 1 diecut or embossing folder.
This Month we have 2 wonderful Sponsors so there will be 2 winners!
Bugaboo Digital Stamps will allow you to choose 
seven free digital stamps. 
Current Sponsor for June


One Happy Cut will give out a $15 gift certificate  
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Here is some Inspiration from Our "Diva's "

For our first sample on one of the sketches by Hannah, Arlene decides to use a Bugaboo Stamp and a Die from One Happy Cut.  This bride is such a feminine classy and classic image.   Be sure to visit Arlene at A Bit of This and That.


Bugaboo Bride
Spellbinders Nestabilities Classic Rectangle small
This may be a Classic Rectangle lcarge
Patterned paper
3 clear gems
Copic Markers
Marsha used the other sketch for her first card of the month, trying to get all those Back to School cards made in time.  What a cute digital image by Bugaboo and more than just a rectangle cut using the Curvy Rectangles found at One Happy Cut.  For more information, visit her blog Gramma's Room.
Hannah added some glimmer and bling, using the masking technique to create her own  of silver embossing, and sticklers.
Bugaboo Bride, Labels 1 nestabilities, silver embossing powder,
stardust stickles, copic markers, pearls.
 
 



1 comment:

Dorothy S said...

Thank you for the sketches. I really like to start with a sketch, and these are fun to use.