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First up is Dana - take a look at the wonderful job she did with masking all of those adorable polar bears in an array of winter attire. Superb! And her stenciled background makes this card absolutely ROCK STAR!
Next up is Donna - this color combination is smooth as silk with one of the most delicious browns I've ever seen. Fantastic paper piecing and magnificent shading.
Elizabeth rotated the sketch - LOVE that. Her coloring is wonderful, and she did a remarkable job grounding everything in her design. The flower connects to the outer frame, the fishtail flag creates a solid line connecting everything (like in the sketch), and the sweet girl appears to be standing on the bottom of the teal rectangle so that she doesn't look like she's floating. You'll notice that her hand is anchored to the flag giving this design a great sense of balance.
Kudos to Maye for making do with minimal supplies. She created her trendy succulent plant by combining smaller stamps (seaweed and bubbles) from Sea Life and (flower pot and heart) from Spring Has Sprung. Now THAT is inspiring!
Congratulations to Tracie who started a blog just to join in the Wednesday Sketch Challenge at our blog! Go ahead and leave her a comment as she begins her brand new venture! She's off to a great start!
And finally Wanda - she turned the sketch on its side and found the absolute PERFECT sentiment to fit in the space. Add in facets, glitter, spectacles, and sequins, and you've got one super cool card!
Thanks for your participation, ladies! You've left us inspired, and that's what it's all about!
See you next Wednesday for the next Sketch Challenge, and then look for a new MFT Color Challenge on Thursday the 22nd!
Susan R. Opel
Creative Ambassador for My Favorite Things