Sunday, September 29, 2013

A Spool and a Layout with Blue Fern Studios

I am excited to share two creations with you today showing off lots of fun Blue Fern Studios chipboard and the wonderful 7 Dots Studio products.

An Altered Spool
My parents are big antique shoppers/collectors. I love that they are able to pick up little pieces for me as they see them. This spool is one of the pieces they brought to me. I couldn't wait to alter it for my new studio. The 7 Dots Studio Domestic Goddess line was perfect as it matches the colors in my studio. I also used the chipboard dressform, scissors, and sewing machine from the Blue Fern Studios Miss Tailor Set.

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Papers: 7 Dots Studio Domestic Goddess 
Blue Fern Studios chipboard: Miss Tailor Set (painted with gesso, Inka Gold old silver and distress inks) 
Stamp Ink: Tim Holtz gathered twigs and walnut stain 
Embellishments: Prima Valentine Vine white flowers, resin clock, and Lucido flower; Divine Twine Memory Box pearls; Maya Road tiny ruler; Wild Orchid Crafts pink roses; Making Memories silver brad; Hobby Lobby wood alpha; misc. tulle and string; sewing machine

I used Inka Gold old silver on the chipboard scissors and sewing machine to make them look like metal. I also added a silver brad to the scissors. I think it makes them look pretty real. :) I love this piece in my room.

An 8 1/2 x 11 Layout
For this layout, I used the 7 Dots Studio Messy Head collection. There are so many beautiful pieces in this collection that I had a hard time choosing what papers to use. On this page, I also used the Blue Fern Bits, Organic Vine, and Quatrefoil Panel chipboard pieces.
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Papers: 7 Dots Studio Messy Head; Bazzill cs 
Blue Fern Studios chipboard: Blue Fern Bits, Quatrefoil Panel, Organic Vine 
Stamp Ink: Prima blossom tree chalk ink 
Embellishments: Manor House Creations pink sugar and spice flower; 7 Dots Studio Messy Head elements and big words; Prima Soubrette B flowers, wood veneer title, and checkered stencil; Maya Road wood bird cage; Wild Orchid Crafts leaves; May Arts twine; Faber-Castell gelatos; sewing machine

Thanks for stopping by, and remember there are a few days left to join in on the Blue Fern Studios September Sketch Challenge. Click here to join in the fun! Blessings,

Saturday, September 28, 2013

A {Little} Sewing Project

I have this beautiful Bible that doesn't have a cover. I haven't carried it because it's too pretty. But with my failing, aging eyesight I decided I want to carry it exclusively now. It's a thinline Bible, and it's large print. Perfect! 

So, how many times have your Bible pages been bent because your Bible is down in a bag or you are just carrying it without a cover? I know it has happened to me way too many times. With this Bible, I don't want that to happen but I also don't want a coverI love the soft leather. So, I decided to create an elastic band to keep it closed while I am carrying it. This also adds a bit of fun to my Bible and keeps the pages from getting bent. Here is what I call my "Bible Band."
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I used a piece of duck fabric that I purchased from Hobby Lobby, created the band, and added a Manor House Creations fabric flower to cover the seam where I brought the ends together. The flower adds a bit more pink to my Bible. Agh, just what it needed. :) Most of you know that pink is my favorite color. :)

To create the band:
  1. Wrap a tape measure around the height of your Bible (front and back) to get the length.
  2. Using that measurement, cut one piece of 1" wide non-roll elastic the same length. Set aside.
  3. Next, cut a piece of fabric that is double the measurement x 4" wide.
  4. Fold the fabric in half lengthwise with right sides together and sew together using a 5/8" seam.
  5. Turn right-side out and press.
  6. Thread the elastic through the opening.
  7. Bring ends together and wrap around the Bible to make sure the fit is as desired. Adjust if necessary and stitch together.
  8. Add a flower or other embellishment to cover the seam.
Note: I left my edges raw on the end as they are not seen underneath the flower.

So, if you have a special Bible that doesn't have or need a cover, maybe a Bible Band is just what you need. Thanks for stopping by. Blessings,

Sunday, September 22, 2013

{HSCRC13} Hymn #17: Tell Me the Stories of Jesus

Hymn Challenge #17: Tell Me the Stories of Jesus
Words by: William H. Parker
b. March 4th, 1845; d. De­cem­ber 2, 1929

This hymn is not to be confused with the hymn titled "Tell Me the Story of Jesus" by Fanny J. Crosby. Today's hymn was written by William H. Parker. He was born in Not­ting­ham, Eng­land, and he also died there. He was the head of an insurance company and a member of the Chel­sea Street Bap­tist Church in Not­ting­ham. He wrote this hymn for his Sunday School students at his church.

Last week I was looking at Pinterest, and I kept seeing pins about church nurseries. I sat a moment and told the Lord how much I miss working in Children's Ministry. I was the Associate Director of Children's Ministry for many years. I thought "Lord, are you leading me back to what I love?" Then He reminded me of something our BSF teaching leader said during our first lecture. She told a story of her grandfather sharing his love for Jesus with her and that "She had faith before she could even read God's Word." Then as my daughter and I discussed lecture, I asked her what she liked best about what she had heard. She said "I loved her story about her grandfather sharing his faith and his friend Jesus with her because that was me too. I had faith before I could read." I cried right there. I find as my children have gotten older (yes, they are 19 now) that God is giving me glimpses of how they did hear and see what I was teaching them. It is such a huge blessing that I can't even begin to describe. Some of you know what I am talking about.

Have you ever just watched a child's face as they are being told a story? They are usually intense as they listen and take it all in. And if you have ever shared the stories of Jesus to a 3 year oldwow, it is just a blessing to watch them. I used to teach God's word to 3 year olds, and I loved every minute of it. It is so important that we teach God's word to the tiniest of children because they can understand long before they will be able to read. With that being said, we can begin teaching our children and grandchildren about Christ at any age! I had a lady ask me a couple of weeks ago if it was too late for her 15 year old daughter to come to BSF and hear God's word. Of course it's not too late. I didn't come to know Christ until I was 33when my girls were 3 1/2 years old! It's never too late to share! We even talked about that in our last Hymn Challenge "I Love to Tell the Story."

Have you thought about what God will do with the seeds you drop when sharing with your children, your grandchildren, children in Sunday School, etc.? God sees the potential in those children entrusted to you. He created them. How are you cooperating in their faith journey? Is Jesus the focal point of your life, and how do those children know that? Are you doing everything possible to help those children grow in their faith? If not, will you begin doing that today? Sit back and watch what He can do!  Now, here are the verses to this hymn:

1. Tell me the stories of Jesus I love to hear;
things I would ask him to tell me if he were here:
scenes by the wayside, tales of the sea,
stories of Jesus, tell them to me.

2. First let me hear how the children stood round his knee,
and I shall fancy his blessing resting on me;
words full of kindness, deeds full of grace,
all in the lovelight of Jesus' face.

3. Into the city I'd follow the children's band,
waving a branch of the palm tree high in my hand;
one of his heralds, yes, I would sing
loudest hosannas, "Jesus is King!"

We need to teach all about JesusHis birth, life, death, resurrection, ascension, and how He has promised to take us with Him to heaven someday. Will you begin doing that with a child in your life today? Here are a few scriptures for you to reference:

Deuteronomy 6:7 "Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up."

Isaiah 40:30-31 "Even youths grow tired and weary, and young men stumble and fall; but those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint."

Matthew 13:34 "Jesus spoke all these things to the crowd in parables; He did not say anything to them without using a parable."

Matthew 20:28 "Just as the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life as a ransom for many.

Mark 8:31 "He then began to teach them that the Son of Man must suffer many things and be rejected by the elders, the chief priests and the teachers of the law, and that He must be killed and after three days rise again."

Mark 10:13-16 "People were bringing little children to Jesus for Him to place His hands on them, but the disciples rebuked them. When Jesus saw this, He was indignant. He said to them, 'Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these. Truly I tell you, anyone who will not receive the kingdom of God like a little child will never enter it.' And He took the children in His arms, placed His hands on them and blessed them."

Mark 11:8-10 "Many people spread their cloaks on the road, while others spread branches they had cut in the fields. Those who went ahead and those who followed shouted, 'Hosanna!' 'Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord!' 'Blessed is the coming kingdom of our father David!' 'Hosanna in the highest heaven!'"

Acts 8:35 "Then Philip began with that very passage of Scripture and told him the good news about Jesus."

Below is the sheet music for today's hymn. And click here to listen to a version of this hymn.

For my 6x6 page today, I chose to use bright colors to help me think of sharing Jesus with children. The scripture I chose was Deuteronomy 6:7 from above. The green chipboard leaves are from the Blue Fern Studios set called Organic Vine. I misted the chipboard with water to curl and separate the leaves a little more. I then misted them with some mist from SEI which then made them look a bit like waving palm branches as Jesus entered Jerusalem.
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Papers: Stampington Journal Jump; Simple Stories Sn@p! Life 
Blue Fern Studios chipboard: Organic Vine (SEI Tumble Die grass green mist) 
Embellishments: Project Life Just Add Color card; Two Peas in a Bucket wood veneer frame; Solitaire Jeweltone flowers; A Flair for Buttons flair; May Arts twine; hand-dyed Hug Snug; sewing machine

Remember to use Keyword HSCRC13 when posting your creations in any online galleries. Also, please leave a link to your creation here using Inlinkz! To see all of the information regarding this challenge and the previous studies, please see this post here. Have a blessed week ahead!

Friday, September 20, 2013

Organization {Friday} PL Just Add Color and Overlays

Happy Friday everyone! Normally I would not do a Project Life "edition specific" post but I think this newest kit deserves a post of its own. :) Here is what arrived at my house on Tuesday:
For those of you that got this new kit, Just Add Color, from HSN, you know it's a bit different. There are the normal 4x6 cards in the kit but there are also 2x2 and 4x4 cards. This poses a bit of a new storage problem to my already wonderful Project Life storage that I love. Let's look at what I decided to do.

The Cards
First I had to figure out how these cards would fit within my already organized Project Life cart (the IKEA Raskog cart). You can see my post about that here. There is a nice tray that comes in this new kit box, and it accommodates all of the new 2x2 and 4x4 cards beautifully. However, I did not have room in my cart to add that large tray since my cart is full.

So, I decided to take a small tray from a Project Life mini edition and use that. I played with it before removing the plastic wrap from the cards to make sure it would work. By looking at it, I realized my plan would work.

As you can see, I turned the mini tray sideways. This is then able to hold both the 2x2 and 4x4 cards beautifully, and best of all it fits in my cart! The 4x6 cards were not a problem because they fit in with all of my other 4x6 cards that are already in the cart.

Once I removed the plastic wrap, I went through all of the cards and created 4 sets of cards:

*Date cards
*Title cards
*Journaling cards
*4x4 cards

Once the cards were sorted, I used a rubberband for the 2x2 card sets because they are a bit tiny, and I didn't want to drop them and have to sort them again. The rubberband also keeps them nice in the tray and makes it easy to grab the set I want.

I also added the library divider card with the edition name. Then I put it all on the bottom tray of the Raskog cart. I am so excited this worked so well with the system I already have in place. I truly love it.

The Overlays
Now for the overlays. These are awesome, and were also sold by HSN but they sold out. I got them because they will work perfect for my scrapbook pages and my PL albums. I am so thankful I got them because they are better than I was expecting! Anyway, I am storing these in the same Iris Photo 4''X6'' Cases that I shared last week for my photo organization. If you missed that post, click here.

All 60 of the overlays fit perfectly in this case. I then put the case on the bottom shelf of my Raskog cart also along with the other photo cases. This box will keep the overlays neat, and then they are also easy to grab when I want to use them.

And just a last note, for those of you that got this kit, I have come to realize that these 2x2 cards are even more versatile than I thought. I will probably use them a lot on cards, layouts, and of course Project Life. They will also be cute to add on top of the regular 3x4 cards. They really are better than I imagined they would be. I think this may be my favorite set thus far!  

I hope today's post has been helpful. Thanks for stopping by. Blessings,

Friday, September 13, 2013

Organization {Friday} Project Life Photos

So, how many times have you started and given up on Project Life? I can admit many times. However, currently I am in a class at Big Picture Scrapbooking called Project Life Lessons. I tend to start and stop Project Life because I really do not have a system in place for printing my photos. I find that to be one of my biggest problems. Anyway, the class started last week, and now I find myself finally developing my own system. Let's look at what I have done thus far.

Below are a list of supplies I use to print my photos and get them ready to put into my PL albums.

*Photoshop Elements (PSE)
*Photosheet (free download available online)
*Polaroid template (links below)
*Epson PictureMate Charm printer
*(2-3) Iris Photo 4''X6'' Cases
*Printed monthly calendars (link below)

Editing and Printing
Now let's look at how I am get my photos printed and some of the journaling completed. 

First, I go through my daily/weekly photos and find the ones I want to print. I have a picture folder on my computer labeled "Project Life 2013." Within that folder, I have folders for each month. Here is a screen shot.
Next, I edit the photos in PSE. Sometimes I use a Polaroid template to add journaling to some photos. I got this wonderful idea from Annette Haringone of the instructors of the class I am taking. I personally find this is the most helpful to me and truly the best idea! I can add the date and journaling right there as I process the photo, print it, and I am done. I really love this not to mention they look super cute when they are printed. Here's an example of one I printed on Wednesday:
Once the photo is edited, it's ready for me to print, trim, and add to my album. Easy and simple. This is great for when you do not have a lot of time. I also love it because I have carpel tunnel so it hurts to do a lot of hand journaling. I include some hand journaling but not for everything. I think it's nice to have a mix.

You can download a free Polaroid template by clicking here. This template contains the days of the week on each Polaroid. Or you can click here and download a template that will allow you to add your own journaling. Be sure to search Pinterest too. There were a lot on there when I searched.

Photo Boxes
After the photos have been printed and trimmed, I sort them into monthly piles. Here you can see a few stacks of printed and trimmed photos. I also put the photos in date order so they are truly ready to slip into my pocket pages. Right now I am mostly using 4x6 and 3x4 photos in my album. I don't use the Polaroid template for all of my photos but certainly for a lot of them. Some photos I print in Photosheet so that I can have two 3x4 photos on a sheet. You can dowload Photosheet by clicking here.

You can use photo boxes to create weekly boxes or monthly boxes for your photo storage. It depends on how many photos you have a week/month. The boxes I use are the Iris Photo 4''X6'' Cases. You can get these at Hobby Lobby, Joann's, and various other places. 
Next, I print monthly calendars to add to the front of each photo box. I use the free calendars from Finding Nana. You can click here to download her calendar. I tape the calendar to the inside lid of the box with washi tape. The washi tape comes off easily when I am ready to use the box for another month. If you are using photo boxes for weekly photos, you could just circle the week on the calendar to know which photos are printed inside.

Now you are ready to take your box and your album and get your photos into your pocket pages. I store the photo boxes on the bottom tier of my Raskog cart. If you missed my post about my cart, you can see it here.

I am SO excited about this new system. I love having my photos ready to put into my album either on the weekend or when I have time. I think I have finally found a winning system for myself. I hope you have found it helpful too. Blessings,

Sunday, September 8, 2013

{HSCRC13} Hymn #16, I Love to Tell the Story

Hymn Challenge #16: I Love to Tell the Story
Words by: Katherine Hankey (A. Catherine Hankey)
b. January 12, 1834; d. May 9, 1911

Refrain by: William Gustavus Fischer
b. Oc­to­ber 14, 1835; d. Au­gust 13, 1912

This hymn was taken from a very lengthy poem written by Katherine Hankey while recovering from a serious illness in 1866. The poem contained two sections each containing 50 verses. Two hymns were then written from each section of Katherine Hankey's poem. This hymn was taken from the second part of her poem called "The Story Told." Another hymn written from her lengthy poem was "Tell me the Old, Old Story." It was taken from the first section of the poem, "The Story Wanted," Her poem was about the story of Christ. This hymn talks not only about our redemption in Christ but how important it is to share His gospel story with others.

Arabella Katherine Hankey was born in England. She was inspired by John Wesley and taught Sunday School in London. She also did missionary work in Africa as a nurse helping her brother. When she became seriously ill in 1866, that is when she wrote the 100 verse poem in which the two hymns noted above were taken from. She did recover and lived until 1911 when she died at the age of 71.

Please note that I did see her name written two different ways in several hymnals. I saw Katherine with both a 'K' and a 'C'. I spelled it with a 'K' in this post since it was how it was noted on the hymn sheet I used for my page below.

As I was preparing our last hymn challenge for August 25th, this particular hymn was on the back of the sheet music for "He Leadeth Me." I sat for a minute, read the words to today's hymn, and then I began to sing. I realized that we have not studied this hymn yet, and we should study this one. Then God so beautifully confirmed this hymn as our study for the week on Friday morning at 5:15 a.m. I was at my BSF leader's meeting. We opened up singing this very hymn Friday morning! I sang the hymn with a huge smile on my face knowing I had just studied the history of this hymn the day before, and that God was so beautifully confirming our study this week. He almost makes me laugh sometimes at how clear He is with these hymn studies. I just love it.

So, do you LOVE to tell the story of Jesus? We need to speak to others about Jesus and His amazing love. Let's look at a few lines from the hymn (note: to see all of the words to this hymn, click here):

Verse 1
"I love to tell the story 
Of unseen things above, 
Of Jesus and His glory, 
Of Jesus and His love."

Who is Jesus and what has He done? How do you know He loves you? Jesus is God Incarnate meaning He Himself became man. He is the Son of God. He lived His life in perfect obedience to His Father. He was the perfect example for us. Jesus lived for us in order to die for us. He took our sin and put it on Himself and endured God's judgment on the cross for your sin and my sin. His death demonstrates just how much He loves you! He was then raised from the dead. He conquered sin and death, and He now sits at the right hand of God the Father.

John 1:14 "The Word became flesh and made His dwelling among us. We have seen His glory, the glory of the One and only Son, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth."

John 1:29 "The next day John saw Jesus coming toward him and said, 'Look, the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world!'"

Romans 5:8 "But God demonstrates His own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us."

Acts 2:24 "But God raised Him from the dead, freeing Him from the agony of death, because it was impossible for death to keep its hold on Him."

Colossians 1:19 "For God was pleased to have all His fullness dwell in Him."

Hebrews 1:3 "The Son is the radiance of God’s glory and the exact representation of His being, sustaining all things by His powerful word. After He had provided purification for sins, He sat down at the right hand of the Majesty in heaven."

Verse 1 (cont.)
"I love to tell the story, 
Because I know its true; 
It satisfies my longings 
As nothing else would do."

So, do you know God's Word is true? Do you wholeheartedly believe the words and scriptures posted above? How about your family, friends, co-workers, or strangers God puts in your path? God's Word and God's truth satisfies us more than anything on this earth can. People are always searching for what makes them feel good. God has given each person a desire for Him. He has given them a longing for Him but they don't understand what that longing or desire is. Unfortunately some may turn to drugs, to an affair, to over spending, to gamblingthe list goes on and on. But nothing will satisfy any of us except the love of Christ and living for Him.

Psalm 119:81 "My soul faints with longing for Your salvation, but I have put my hope in Your word."

2 Timothy 3:16-17 "All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the servant of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work."

1 Peter 1:23 "For you have been born again, not of perishable seed, but of imperishable, through the living and enduring word of God."

Verse 2
"I love to tell the story, 
It did so much for me; 
And that is just the reason 
I tell it now to thee."

What has God done for you? I am sure you can go on and on about what He has done. So, where and how are you sharing Jesus with others? God put me in the path of a beautiful woman a few weeks ago. It was the checkout clerk at Wal-Mart. She started asking about my daughter that was with me. Those questions led to a discussion about homeschooling which led me to invite her to BSF and to share God's love. She hugged me and said "God put you in my line for a reason today." Will you watch for those opportunities?

As we see God work in our lives, we see His power, His love, and His sovereignty. It also makes us want to share with others. Sometimes people may wonder how you have been able to get through a situation. They may ask you about it. This is the perfect time to share about Christ. Though the time may be perfect to share, believers are not perfect but we are in the Perfect One. Our life is covered in Christ's blood. How are you sharing that?

Psalm 66:16 "Come and hear, all you who fear God; let me tell you what He has done for me."

Psalm 89:1 "I will sing of the Lord’s great love forever; with my mouth I will make Your faithfulness known through all generations."

Verse 3
"I love to tell the story, 
For some have never heard 
The message of salvation 
From God's own Holy Word."

So, will you go out and share the message of salvation as God leads you? Will you invite someone to Bible study or your church? How about giving a Bible to someone that has been asking questions?  We are each responsible to hear and receive God's Word. Our response to His Word has consequences now and forever.

Jesus has redeemed you. How does that knowledge change your life? You represent God on earth. You are His ambassador. Will you now be motivated to lovingly share Him with others?

Below you will find the sheet music for today's hymn. And click here to listen to Alan Jackson sing this hymn.

For my 6x6 page today, I used this layout by Heather Jacob as inspiration. I also used products from the C'est Magnifique September Kit to create my page. The chipboard is called Leafy Page Accent from Blue Fern Studios. The scripture I chose was Psalm 66:16 noted above.
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Papers: Kaisercraft True Romance Collection; Bazzill cs 
Blue Fern Studios chipboard: Leafy Page Accent (Tim Holt Distress Ink and clear rock candy crackle paint)
Stamp: Impression Obsession Fresh Paint
Stamp Ink: Tim Holtz Distress Ink gathered twigs
Embellishments: Project Life Seafoam card; Kaisercraft True Romance Collectables; Prima Everyday Vintage flair button and Valentine Vine white flowers; leaves and pink roses from Wild Orchid Crafts; sewing machine

Remember to use Keyword HSCRC13 when posting your creations in any online galleries. Also, please leave a link to your creation here using Inlinkz! To see all of the information regarding this challenge and the previous studies, please see this post here. Have a blessed week ahead!

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Tuesday's {Tip} Sew A Bible Cover

As Bible Study Fellowship kicks off next week, I wanted to make a new Bible cover. I decided to carry a different Bible this year. Seems I am always switching things around. I wonder if I get bored easily. LOL! :) Anyway, I used this pattern and adjusted it to create my own unique Bible cover. Here is how my cover turned out:
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I purchased the fabric from Hobby Lobby. I also sprayed it with Scotch Guard after I finished all of the sewing. I have found in the past that the covers get too dirty if I don't protect them. 

So, pick up some fun fabric, and create your own Bible cover. Blessings,

Sunday, September 1, 2013

It's Time for a New Layout and Sketch!

Well, I believe most kids are back in school, the days are getting shorter, and I am wondering how it can be approaching Fall already. Wow! What better way to enjoy the new approaching season than using the new Blue Fern Studios September Sketch Challenge! It is another great sketch, and I hope that more of you will join in! Here is the September sketch:

September Sketch

This sketch features the use of the Blue Fern Studios Natural Sprigs set. You can see the complete September Sketch Challenge details and prize package by clicking here.

My Creation
For my 8 1/2 x 11 page using this sketch, I scrapped a photo of the precious toddler my daughter took care of. Every time she comes over to our house, I take millions of photos. It's so cute to have a little one in the house again and take photos of her. I gave her mom this layout on Thursday this past week to add to the album I made for their family.

I used not only the Blue Fern Studios Natural Sprigs set but I also used the chipboard glasses from the Mister Stuff set. I thought they were perfect for this layout. I also got to play with the beautiful 7 Dots Studio Messy Head collection for this layout. Just love their papers and goodies!
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Papers: 7 Dots Studio Messy Head Little Thoughts and News Flash, Bazzill cs 
Stamp Ink: Tim Holtz Distress Ink dusty concord 
Blue Fern Studios chipboard: Natural Sprigs Set (painted with Inka Gold old silver), Mister Stuff (painted with yellow acrylic paint and Liquitex light modeling paste) 
Embellishments: 7 Dots Studio Messy Head Elements; The Crafter's Workshop swiss dots template; Art Anthology mardi gras dimensional paint; Zva Creative pearls; Maya Road tape measure trim; Wild Orchid Crafts leaves; misc. washi tape; Petaloo Mini Lemon Canterbury flowers and plum Velvet Wild Roses; Prima Corine and grape Fabrique flowers; sewing machine  

Now jump on over to the Blue Fern Studios blog to see the full details of this sketch challenge and to see more sketch inspiration from the other design team members! There are some amazing creations you don't want to miss, and don't forget to leave them some love. :) Have fun, and I hope you will join in on the fun!

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