A reminder that you can swap the shapes, play with the proportions, flip or rotate the sketch, just make sure we can see "the bones" of it! Now here's what we made this week:
Lauren says, "I've had the pack of Pebbles diecuts from which this sweet snowman-in-a-jar came, for more years than I'd like to admit, lol! I think it's the perfect thing for this sketch, though, so I swapped him for the tag shape. I used suitably winter-ish layers of patterned paper, skinny tape and grosgrain ribbon for the horizontal band and added an Eyelet Outlet Pearl Bling Swirl that I cut apart and rebuilt in a shape that fit better on my card. "
Stephanie says, "I love collecting Christmas tags like this gorgeous glittery 3-D one from after Christmas Sales ... and then making them the perfect focal point of my holiday cards. I paired it with a piece of stunning holiday paper from Dress My Craft Christmas Bells Collection . I added a Lawn Fawn Die Cut Lacy Border and just like that, this card was done."
Remember, one lucky Sketch-a-licious participant will receive these awesome versatile Laurels dies from Paper Smooches (can't you see how fun it would be die cutting a bunch to make a Christmas Wreath or Tree).
Scroll down to the original post (directly under this one) to see the fantabulous readers' gallery and link up your own sketch-centric creation!