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In & Out of Studio 3D
Tuesday, 3 January 2012
Operation Write Home Sketch 88
Topic: Sketch Challenge

Time for another sketch challenge for Operation Write Home.


I started out staying true to the sketch with this pink and black card made from table scraps and some self-stick flowers:

...and this which includes a piece of wrapping paper, two cardstocks and a diecut flower from a friend:

This one almost follows the sketch except the center bar is scooted up and the whole feature piece it toward the top of the card. This uses more of the wrapping paper and more of the self-stick flowers:

This one uses the right layout but I tilted the elements for some interest. These are still self-stick flowers, just a different style:

Then I went way off sketch and started arranging the elements to suit myself (because I was bored). This uses three scraps from the page-a-day scrapbooking calendar as well as a three-layer silk flower held together with a brad and attached with a large glue dot:

This one uses table scraps and felt flowers:

One with ColorMe paper, printed paper, diecut border and a layered silk and felt flower:

...and one with printed cardstock, more of the diecut border and layered silk/felt flowers.

So, what else do they have in common beyond cutting all the parts the same size and attaching flowers? They all use the same stamp set. On the ones that didn't stamp clearly enough I went over the letters with a black fine-line marker and added balls at the ends of the letters for a more casual feel.

Ddd

 


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 12:01 AM PST
Updated: Monday, 2 January 2012 8:41 AM PST

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