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Spring Situation problem Week: A Sketch Problem with Wendy Sue Anderson


Welcome to the weblog at this time, mates! Our Spring 2023 challenge releases this Friday, which signifies that our group and particular visitors are able to problem and encourage you with enjoyable challenges and exquisite initiatives! Let’s kick issues off with a sketch problem, lets?

Hiya, SCT mates! It’s Wendy Sue with you at this time sharing a singular tackle one of many PageMaps sketches from the Winter 2022 challenge! Right here’s a take a look at the sketch I used: 

The sketch could be discovered on web page 30 of the Winter 2022 challenge; sure, it’s a card sketch! 

A couple of weeks in the past, I shared a set of birthday playing cards, impressed by a format on this identical challenge (you possibly can learn extra about it HERE on the SCT weblog). In the present day, I believed it could be enjoyable to indicate you ways I love to do the reverse and use a card sketch to create a format! 

Provides | Patterned paper, stable paper, ephemera die-cut items, stickers, enamel dots, steel dies: It’s Spring Time by Echo Park Paper; Cardstock: Carta Bella Paper; Letter Stickers: Fancy Pants Designs; Twine: Might Arts 

The sq. card design made for a simple adaptation to a 12 x 12-inch sq. format! I added just a few additional layers to the bottom of the web page, and naturally, I had so as to add some machine stitching across the edges as a result of I LOVE machine stitching! 

To create the 9 design squares, I used stitched sq. steel dies from Echo Park Paper. I lower the squares from varied patterned papers from Echo Park’s It’s Spring Time assortment. Every sq. was then mounted on stable pink paper (the identical as the bottom layer) to offer cohesiveness. 

I handled every sq. as a mini canvas and used die-cuts, stickers, and photographs to brighten each to make all of them distinctive! 

Though the sketch is featured within the winter challenge (the snowflakes are a useless giveaway), I liked utilizing this sketch as a place to begin to create a spring web page that includes some Mom’s Day with my cute kiddos! 

Don’t be afraid to assume exterior the field! Should you see a sketch or concept that evokes you, attempt to adapt it to your subsequent venture, whatever the season and even the venture sort!  

Now it’s your flip—I can’t wait to see what you create with this sketch!

Discover extra of Wendy’s work right here: Instagram | Fb | Weblog

Able to create with the identical sketch that Wendy used? Should you do, you would win this:

How a couple of $25 present card to the SCT store? Add to your stash or take a category only for creating this week! Listed here are your problem pointers:

  1. Create any form of venture utilizing the sketch discovered above—playing cards included!;
  2. Submit a picture of your creation by Wednesday, March twenty second at midnight ET to us (have to be underneath 2MB!) at problem@scrapbookandcards.com;
  3. Put “Spring Situation Sketch Problem” in your e-mail topic line;

Winners shall be introduced right here on the weblog on Friday, March twenty fourth! Get sketchy, and make sure to come again tomorrow to your subsequent problem—a colour-inspired problem with a particular visitor!

Be part of writer and founder Catherine Tachdjian Friday as she walks us via our newly-released challenge! We will’t wait to share it with you!

Click on HERE to RSVP to the difficulty walkthrough with Catherine!



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