Happy New Year, everyone! We’re back to our regularly scheduled programming here, so it’s time for this month’s sketch. Thanks, again, to the lovely and talented Chari Moss for providing the sketch for us.
I thought of nautical flags and made this:
Can you see the sketch in this? Lookie:
I straightened out the curved line and used my Simon Says Stamp A2 Curved Border die to cut the curve. Since there were words on the flags, I substituted the heart on a string for the sentiment. At this point I’m using the sketch as a suggestion, but I think most sketch challenge blogs would accept the modifications.
Then, for grins, I turned the sketch upside down:
I immediately thought of the Memory Box landscape dies, so I made this:
Again, to help you see the sketch in my card:
Phew, I might actually be out of ideas! 🙂 Hopefully I’ve shown you how you can take a sketch and interpret it in different ways. Just take some time to think about it — turn it around, or over, and what do you see?
Just a reminder: The sketch segment here at ABNH is not a separate challenge and there is no linky below. It’s just for added inspiration and to help jump-start your mojo. Please feel free to incorporate the sketch in your creations! If you do, please link back to ABNH and also leave a comment below with a link to your post so we can all come by and see what you’ve done with it. 🙂
Don’t forget to play our current 1-4 challenge! There’s a Simon Says Stamp Gift Voucher up for grabs for one lucky player!
Products used: Neat & Tangled sequins, misc green card stock, Marvy Deco Color Liquid Gold pen, SU Not Quite Navy card stock, punches (1/2″, 3/4″ and 1″), a HA class set for the Christmas sentiment, Divine Twine in red & white, and the following: