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In & Out of Studio 3D
Tuesday, 7 January 2014
Operation Write Home sketch 03
Topic: Sketch Challenge

For the OWH sketch 03 I fiddled a bit with the sizes of the parts so I could work with what I had on hand. Here's the sketch:

Actually, there was only one dimension specified but I adjusted 'relative sizes' not 'absolutes'. You notice that when the sketches started there was very little bordering shown but I am to a point where I like the definition it gives, so try to include it if possible.

The three circle elements are chipboard stickers from the Tea For Two kit I used a few months back. There was a striped 'sampler' page with one section using the same motif so I snipped that off for a bottom border. This disguised the fact that my red bordering paper scrap was not big enough for the whole card front.

I used complementary papers and a stamped greeting to finish this off.


The text panel is popped up on foam tape which raises it to the same level as the thick diecut circles.

Ddd 


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 12:01 AM PST

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