A (not so warm today, even up here!) hello, crafty friends! First of all… enjoy your holidays!!
I do have a new sketch to share… along with another change in the way I take my photos… I thought I better give you a fair warning, before you come asking first!
I’m going to stick to this one for a while, hopefully.
Goodness knows I’m well aware how unprofessional it is, to surprise you with one change after another & make you doubt whether you indeed came to the same blog… ugh. Sounds right?
I’ve been trying to play around with different props lately, but apart from the fact that I haven’t figured out what’s best for my new photo setting yet, my camera is just not up for the game and I guess I have to stick to the basics, make the most of them in order not to embarrass myself any more… lol
I hope that one of these days I’ll gift myself with a new camera and some decent lens. In the meantime, hope you’ll enjoy the new style better than the last few (dreadful) photos 🙂
So… on to the sketch! It’s yet another inspired one, this time it’s this amazing little card that I pinned a couple of days ago. Not only I adore the style, but I was also happy to finally find a horizontal layout that I find tempting enough to tackle! I’m sure you’ve noticed my obsession with vertical cards; I’m working on it but it’s damn hard to resist the temptation…
A fair mix of products here… October Afternoon paper, dies from Cheery Lynn / Memory Box / Simon Says, Prima blooms, chipboard pieces, washi. I’m still on a pastel kick, although I couldn’t resist to make my pastels just a little bit brighter and more defined. I like my colours to shine.
A few things to keep in mind if you decide to use my sketch:
– Feel free to share the link to your creation via the Inlinkz widget, so that I can come and check it out!
– The colours/elements mean nothing towards the card. All styles, colours and supplies, as well as slight alterations of the sketch are welcome.
– A new sketch and sample is posted every other Saturday night (American EST time ~ or around mid-day Sunday Melbourne time), but you’re welcome to play any time! Just leave a link in the comments section after Inlinkz widget closes.