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Posted by on Apr 8, 2012 in Sketch Challenge, Stars and Stamps | 5 comments

Sketch Challenge #116

Sketch Challenge #116

Happy Easter, OWHers! I hope you got lots of chocolate in your basket today! Do you eat the ears or the tail first on your chocolate bunny?

I have a great sketch for you today, one that I hope you can use to make some masculine cards for our ongoing Muscle Card Challenge!

Our sample this week was created by the amazing Tameko! She has a blog called Creating My Peace where you can see more of her beautiful cards so be sure and stop by. I love all the layers on this birthday card. Thanks so much for creating a lovely sample, Tameko!

Okay, cardmakers, wash that chocolate off your hands before you get started on this sketch! Be sure and come back here to show us what you made!

To play along in this week’s sketch challenge, simply upload a project using this week’s sketch to your blog or online gallery then leave the link to that entry using the Inlinkz widget at the bottom of this post. And remember, you may use this sketch at any time. Feel free to re-post the sketch on your blog along with your card… then come back and leave a link for us so we may all see your cards!

We encourage everyone to take a few moments to visit and leave comments for the other participants. Comments are a wonderful way to say thank you for sharing your creative project and inspires everyone to create.



5 Comments

  1. Tameko…Thanks for the inspiration!

  2. Thanks Tameko! Love all your different patterns, colors, and textures in today's sample, and they add up to a beautiful card!

  3. Great sketch! Thanks Tameko! I too love seeing all the different elements you used. Beautiful card!

  4. Great card, Tameko! Love how you make the different shapes work together.

  5. I totally LOVE this sketch — it's a new favorite and it used it today to make a Birthday Card for my son!!

    Thank YOU!!! It's perfect for Masculine cards and just what I needed ! 😉

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