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Hello all!  Today I am playing along with the Pals Paper Arts sketch challenge.  I know…I know…all I have done lately is play along with challenges.  But my mojo has been waning, thus the reorganization of my craft cave.  And all of the challenges.  Hopefully that is not too boring for you!  Generally I try to get all my cards done for the week sometime over the weekend.  So my creativity is a bit tested at times! 1 (640x580)With that said, today’s card is one that I made last night and had been pondering over the last couple of days.  I wanted to keep the card simple but still needed to put in the two small panels according to the sketch.  So I used a bit of the triple layer technique to do it (more like double!).  I put all the layers together and stamped my image.  Then I removed the two small panels, backed them with some hello honey cardstock and added a sentiment. 2 (640x433)I wasn’t sure what to think when I got done.  I didn’t really want to do the obvious and use dsp and a couple of sentiments.  I like it but I think it is a card that I need to let sink in.  What do you think?  I am back tomorrow with another post and then will take Saturday and Sunday off.  Can you believe its Thursday already?

Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies:  PTI rustic white.  SU! crumbcake and hello honey.  Moonlight dsp.  Ink:  memento rich cocoa.  Stamps:  sunflower and sweet essentials.  Pearls.


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Windy Ellard

Love your take on the sketch and I love love that Sunflower stamp..I will never part with mine!Thanks for joining the Pals sketch challenge this week!

Ginger Toivonen

Great technique with the Sundlower stamp! Hanks for playing with the PPA this week.

Rae Harper-Burnet

Great showcase of spotlighting! Thank you for playing with us at Pals Paper Arts this week. Play with us again soon!

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