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June Sketch Challenge

How fun is the June card sketch over at Club Scrap?!
I really love all the layers that can be added to this card.

Here I used some gelli prints that I created and long with this adorable wooden button I found at my local thrift shop. 
Burlap adds some nice texture while keeping it light for mailing.
Club Scrap papers, ribbon, stencil and stamp. Gelli plates with acrylic paint.

This sketch was also perfect for the Paper Smooches Layer Challenge. The more layers the better!
 (Oops...I need to do another card for this challenge. I didn't use a PS stamp)
My bad...sorry.


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