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Posted by on Jul 20, 2014 in Sketch Challenge, Stars and Stamps | 8 comments

Sketch Challenge #234

Good Morning Peeps! Today I want to take the time to say “Thank You” to all of you who participate in the weekly sketch challenges. You all do such amazing work and I’m constantly being reminded of all the talent and creativity each of you possess. I also admire your dedication to making sure our heroes have so many beautiful cards to send home.

This week’s sketch has a cute little banner to play with.


This adorable inspiration card comes from the creatively talented Ellen Parker. Please visit Ellen’s blog, “in a world of craft”, and the link is Here. You’ll want to see the great tutorial on how Ellen used a die for the 2-1/2” square and allowed part of the flower to be outside the square.

234 sample

Enjoy your day Peeps, and “Thank You” again for all you do for OWH!!


  1. I love the look of yoiur card with the flower hanging over the edge! I would never have thought to try and do this! Thank you for making this tutorial!!

  2. That is adorable! I love the papers you chose – so cheerful just like the chick.

  3. Charming card. I saved the link for your tutorial. Very cool! Thank you!

  4. Enjoyed your tutorial. I will definitely have to try that technique and use this sketch.

  5. Cute, cute card!

  6. Thank you so much for using my card for today’s sketch, and thank you for all of the sweet comments!

  7. Oh my goodness, I adore the way you added the flower! How DID you do that??? Adorable indeed! 🙂

  8. Everytime I look at these cards . . . I feel so inferior with mine! Oh well, I will keep on carding. 🙂


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