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In & Out of Studio 3D
Monday, 24 September 2012
Switching Up Papers
Topic: Sketch Challenge

I continued using the sketch and cutting formula from yesterday and switched to pink and brown papers. I've always liked that color combination.

I totally whacked out the layout on this one and decorated it with clear stickers. Love these little hedgehogs! The greeting is part of the sticker sheet. 

This one follows the sketch exactly and it looks very nice this way! I like the overriding look of chocolate! I used two floral sticker sprays and no greeting.

I moved the triple block off to the side so I could see more of the paisley paper. These three blocks were very plain so I used them to be a calm background for three sprays of butterfly stickers. They are pink and shiny and oh-so elegant. The greeting is also peel-off stickers.

With all the paisley on the triple blocks this had such a cute feel. I found a cute stamped image and colored it up with alcohol markers to match the papers. I trimmed it out with a thin border and popped it up on foam tape. The greeting, of peel-off stickers, was mounted on a matching scrap and cut like a little flag.

Cute, cute, cute!

Ddd

 


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