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Friday, 28 February 2014
Operation Write Home sketch 37
Topic: Sketch Challenge

I'm beginning to feel like a broken record... "and here's sketch #..."

Just so you know, I don't sit down and do one of these cards every day. Instead, I will work on 4 (or 8) at a sitting. Four sketches are printed per page in the OWH sketch pdf and that is what I have in my notebook to work from. I pull out a page, make up those 4 sketches (sometimes including multiples), put the page back and pull the next one. I do spread them out for posting, though, as you've noticed. 

Anyway, today we're looking at OWH sketch 37

The scrap envelope included the floral and the postal strip. I went to new stock for the dotted background, choosing a shabby look to go with the vintage-look pieces. Then I snitched the embossed stock from another envelope.

That embossed piece was too creamy so I used some Spun Sugar Distress Ink sponged over it.

I added a sentiment strip that was not in the sketch.

Ddd


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

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