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    droopidog
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      We hope you will join us for the July sketch challenge! Our July sketch challenge runs until August 31st and is open to EVERYONE! Upload your layout into the Facebook Gallery July *Moments Captured* Sketch section of the Swirlydoos Gallery and you will be entered to win a fantastic prize pack from Swirlydoos!

      Check this sketch challenge thread often to see what the designers and other members have created using this sketch for inspiration!

      Here is the sketch:

      Here is some inspiration from the design team:

      Kim

      Ginny

      Bec

      Angelica

      Jan

      Kim
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      Peggy
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        Gorgeous work, ladies!!!!

        A clean house is the sign of a lazy scrapper.

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        Kimberly
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          I agree. Gorgeous pages!!!

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          Bec
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            I can’t wait to see the entries this month, I loved this sketch ❤

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            Peggy
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              This is my take on the July sketch.

              Although any materials may be used to create my layout, I decided that two of the patterned papers – Borrow from the Kaisercraft Story Book collection and Borders from the Mister Tom’s Treasures by Pion Design.
              I used my Cameo to cut two bracket shapes from the “B” side of the Borders sheet, backed them with bits of chipboard to give them some dimension and adhered them to my photo, then to the Borrow sheet.
              Next, I treated my chippies (Flourish 26 from Creative Embellishments and a bit of filmstrip that Rae Moses gave me) with Blue Fern Studios embossing powder in Black Sand. The resulting color is amazing – an antique gold with black specks, a perfect contrast with the sand.
              And now for the fun: a few borders and alphas from the border sheet and from my stash netting, sea shells and beads to complete my beach scene!

              The grandsons had a ball during their week at the Jersey Shore!!!

              • This reply was modified 9 months, 2 weeks ago by Peggy Peggy.

              A clean house is the sign of a lazy scrapper.

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              Bec
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                Super gorgeous Peggy, that embossed Chipboard does go perfectly with the sand in the photo. Plus I love the litte ‘boys’ banner up the top.

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                msjan1
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                  Great boy page, Peggy. I like your banner and all the paper strips.

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                  Kimberly
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                    Beautiful page Peggy! I love all the layers, and what a cute photo.

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                      This is my take on the July sketch.

                      Although any materials may be used to create my layout, I decided that two of the patterned papers – Borrow from the Kaisercraft Story Book collection and Borders from the Mister Tom’s Treasures by Pion Design.
                      I used my Cameo to cut two bracket shapes from the “B” side of the Borders sheet, backed them with bits of chipboard to give them some dimension and adhered them to my photo, then to the Borrow sheet.
                      Next, I treated my chippies (Flourish 26 from Creative Embellishments and a bit of filmstrip that Rae Moses gave me) with Blue Fern Studios embossing powder in Black Sand. The resulting color is amazing – an antique gold with black specks, a perfect contrast with the sand.
                      And now for the fun: a few borders and alphas from the border sheet and from my stash netting, sea shells and beads to complete my beach scene!

                      The grandsons had a ball during their week at the Jersey Shore!!!

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                      Love that pic Peggy! I really like the way you used two brackets. Just a beautiful page!

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                      GinnyH
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                        Super boys layout Peggy! Love the use of the shells in your clusters with the net. Fab take on the sketch!

                        ginny 🙂

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                        droopidog
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                          Only a couple more days left to enter ladies. Where are those wonderful layouts??

                          Kim
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                            Posted this on the FB page but almost forgot to post my LO for the sketch challenge here!
                            The colors from this kit worked beautifully with this photo of my two oldest on my wedding day (I’m remarried). This pic captured their happiness and love for each other as siblings…it is one of my favorites.
                            I made the large blue flowers from one of the patterned papers from the kit…sometimes I impress myself. Lots of patterned paper layers and a paper doily (all from the kit) Lindys Stamp Gang sprays, Prima flowers & bling, Petaloo butterflies and flowers.

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                            droopidog
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                              This is so pretty Annie. Love your floral clusters and your splatters are great.

                              Kim
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                                Great job on the flowers and thank you for explaining the picture. All this time I thought that was you with your brother! lol!

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                                  Great job on the flowers and thank you for explaining the picture. All this time I thought that was you with your brother! lol!

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                                  Thank you ladies! I really loved these papers for this photo.
                                  Jan – I am ROTFLOL OMG I needed that! Thank you for the compliment. My daughter and son are 18 months apart. She is now 30 going on 31 and my son is 29. Time sure flies…sigh

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