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Happy Friday!
September's technique challenge over at Club Scrap is to use a sketch as inspiration for a different project. For example, use a card sketch to create a layout or layout sketch for a card. That's double the inspiration!
For this layout I used the above sketch with some minor adjustments. Instead of a large mat I stamped a border around the edges with the thyme stamp, using a post-it note to mask the edges.
I colored the wooden plant stakes with distress ink and stamped my title with Stazon ink.

With a craft knife I cut the garden trowel so the tag would slide in underneath.
Stamped, colored and cut a water can. Adhered with dimensional squares.
The layout wasn't complete without these adorable little bees!

Have a fabulous weekend!


  1. What a fabulous layout Lisa, well done! Such a great job with the technique challenge, LOVE IT!

  2. Beautiful page and a great interpretation of the sketch. TFS!

  3. Gah, that is so cute! Love this page and how you interpreted the sketch!


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