SEM September Sketch Challenge

My friend, Lisa, hosts the September Sketch Challenge over the Scrapping Everyday Miracles blog. This month twist is to include some sort of string/fiber in your project. You can create layout or/and card using these provided sketches:

Layout Sketch

Card Sketch

And here’s my take on this challenge. I made a card from the card sketch. I cut the heart background using my Silhouette Cameo, and glued it on the American Crafts boxed card. I added some flowers and leaves I found them at a scrapbook store when we were in Tennessee. The twine I used from Doodle Twine, Christmas Assortment, the pink is so pretty. The rhinestone adhesive is from The Recollections from Michaels. And the sentiment I stamped it using Everyday Occasion stamp set from Close To My Heart.



You can head over to Scrapping Everyday Miracles blog to see the inspirations from the Design Team. Now it’s your turn 🙂

We would love to see what projects you can create using our sketches and the twist! Link them up here by September 30, at 11:5 pm PST to win the prize from this month’s generous sponsor, Express The Moment (We will be updating with prize info as soon as we have it.) Winners will be announced here on Saturday, October 5th.

**NOTE: You may submit the project you create for Scrapping Everyday Miracles to other challenge blogs but your project must be mainly created for the Scrapping Everyday Miracles challenge in order to win the sponsor prize and/or be one of Top 3**
*Important: Make sure your link is to the blog post with your project & not just your blog in general…and be sure to remember the SCRAP TWIST!

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