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Sunday, July 29, 2012

I Love Sketches by Tsunami Rose July 22, 2012

Welcome - I'm sew glad you came to see my I Love Sketches by Tsunami Rose for July 22, 2012. I thank you for your patience, I know I was behind. There was a little matter of a hospital stay along with problems with my eyesight. I got my cards all caught up to share with you my friends. To get started:

This is what I did with Sketch #15 for July 22, 2012:

  • What's better than a "Thinking of You" card for your friends or someone who is having a difficult time. 
  • I love this sketch as I was able to use that beautiful ring border that a dear friend, Edwina Brown, had sent to me in a RAK. This is what I started with to make this card. 
  • From there the bottom layer of my card is a Green from Recollections.
  • My bottom layer is from a favorite Recollections paper stack, Fashionably Chic. 
  • Strips of paper were cut from Nana's Nursery Boys. 
  • I have a wonderful stash of buttons which I love to use and attached using Aleene's in the pink bottle 
  • The stripe mat is a find in my stash probably from a scrap swap which is always fun!
Hoping you are loving my card along with my retro color scheme. 

I encourage you all to visit and check out her sketches by joining her challenge by visiting her Facebook group! You can also visit her on I Love Sketches by Tsunami Rose by becoming a follower.

Please make sure you check out my Design Team sisters' cards as well and see how they meet Daisy's Sketch Challenge!.  I know you won't be disappointed!

July Design Team:
Daisy- http://tsunamirosedesigns.blogspot.com
Be sure to stop back on a daily basis 
to see if I am able to meet the challenge of a card a day!!!!
Hugs, Love, and Pixie Dust,

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