Sketch Challenge

It’s my turn to host the challenge this week at Crafty Boots Challenges, and for the next two weeks my challenge to you, is to use this sketch to make a project:

There are one or two additional rules for our sketch challenge:
  • you can rotate the sketch and you can re size the elements if you wish.
  • do not move the elements around too much, the original sketch layout should still be recognisable.
  • you can use any materials you like to make anything you like, for example, a card, a box top, a gift bag, a scrapbook page, an ATC, an inchie, etc.  Just as long as the original sketch design is obvious in whatever you make.

I have made two cards this week, the first a Clean and Simple card:

and secondly, a more vintage style card featuring some different patterned papers and some lace:

I thought the teddies in this paper series were just too cute, so had to make them in to a card.  For this card I have turned the sketch side on, and used the teddy pattern on the papers to represent the circles of the sketch.  So you can see, there are heaps of ways you can use this sketch, and we would love to see your projects, at Crafty Boots Challenges.

Happy stamping!
Chris

 

 

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One thought on “Sketch Challenge

  1. I am loving this challenge Chris, thank you. Initially I was a little unsure how to set about the sketch but your samples were a great help and once I got going I found it hard to stop.

    These two cards are both fabulous and a great take on the sketch. I am a big fan of CAS – combine this with butterflies and you will have a winner with me. The teddy bears are so very cute and I really enjoyed this interpretation of the sketch.

    Dionne xx

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