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Posted by on Jan 9, 2011 in Sketch Challenge, Stars and Stamps | 10 comments

Sketch Challenge #51

Sketch Challenge #51

Hi, folks! Ready for a new sketch?

I hope this one inspires you to make something really beautiful today!

We have a great sample for this sketch! This card was made by Patricia, and she has more fantastic cards you can check out on her blog, Thinking of Inking. Be sure to stop by and leave her a note. Thanks, Patricia, for the adorable sample!

Okay, cardmakers, have you got an idea now? Get to work!

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 a direct link to your project 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.

 

10 Comments

  1. Thanks for the sketch. I was surprised that the circle wasn't a sentiment and I love the idea of making it part of the image!

  2. Wonderful card sample! I like the flexibility of the sketch too.

  3. Great sketch and sample card Patricia! Thanks so much!

  4. Another really wonderful sketch. More even wonderful samples. Thanks!

  5. Oh, I really like this sketch! I'm definitely going to make something with it. Just hope I can figure out how to link it here once I have a picture of it. I don't have my own blog yet. 🙂

  6. Connie – you can link to a Picasa photo, a Flickr photo, or most similar online photo gallery services!

  7. Thanks for a fun sketch Julie, your sample cards are wonderful!

  8. I love this sketch and think it makes an easy but nice layout.

    circlebenterprises.blogspot.com

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