Deconstructed Sketch No. 190

Deconstructed Sketch 190

Morning! Are you ready for Deconstructed Sketch 190? I hope you like it! Here’s the scoop on what you need to do:

1. Use the sketch up top to make a project, any kind you like using any image you like. Use the sketch to inspire your own creativity. Feel free to substitute shapes for what you have available and mount tags and circles to a card base if you’d prefer.

2. Post it somewhere on the internet (your personal blog, SplitcoaststampersFlickrPinterest, etc). Use keyword DS190.

3. Link back here to Inlinkz at the bottom of the post.

Thinking of You by Jen Shults, handmade card

For my card I altered the sketch a little bit, you know, because that is definitely allowed. I rearranged the layers a little bit to suite the sentiment I wanted to use and the got to work on the rest of it. I had a lot of fun putting together the little flower arrangement using the Flower Box Sprigs and Flowers from Taylored Expressions. They had the perfect dainty feel to them for what I wanted.

Thinking of You by Jen Shults, handmade card

My card was inspired by this card from Julia Stainton off the Taylored Expressions Pinterest page. I REALLY love all things about this card. In the end the lovely color pallette influenced me and I love her use of the cutting plate in the background!


Stamps: Shade Tree Sentiments (Taylored Expressions)
Paper: Toffee, Sugar Cube, Salt Water Taffy, Peapod, Granny Smith Premium Cardstock (Taylored Expressions), Kraft In Color – Kraft (Doodlebug)
Ink: Peanut Brittle (Memento)
Accessories: Quatrefoil Cutting Plate (Taylored Expressions), Flower Box Sprigs and Flowers dies (Taylored Expressions), Foam tape, Pearls (Recollections), Quick Dry Adhesive

Want your sketches a little early? Follow the Deconstructed Sketch on Facebook!! Need a little extra inspiration on how to use the sketch? Be sure to follow our Deconstructed Sketch Pinterest Board where I will be pinning lots of great inspiration each week! And if you are looking for some older sketches to dig through you can find them in the Deconstructed Sketchbook. Now it’s time to hop around and see what everyone else on the DT has been up to and leave them a little love.

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