Sunday, September 6, 2015

Blue Fern Studios September Sketch Challenge

  It's time for another new sketch challenge over at Blue Fern Studios and
 Michele Singh has created another beautiful sketch exclusively for Blue Fern for September.   Here is my take on the September sketch using papers from the new Frolic paper collection.  

And here is the September sketch:

And here are the sketch challenge rules:

One lucky winner, selected by a random draw, will receive a prize package of Blue Fern Studios chipboard!
In addition, we will also select 3 (or more) layouts to feature.
We have just a few simple rules to follow if you would like to participate in our sketch challenge:
1.) Feel free to interpret the sketch as you please by means of taking it as-is or 
flipping/turning/mirroring it to suit your needs! 
2). Please note that you can do whatever type of project you please - a layout, card, 
  canvas, altered item- whatever suits your mood and style! 
We would love to see the different ways our sketch can be used.
3.) You must use at least one piece of Blue Fern Studios chipboard OR use Blue Fern Studios paper on your project. Please note that you do not need to use the pieces featured in the sketch
- use whatever suits your fancy! You can find the store nearest you HERE.
 {Do not use any other brand of chipboard on your project please!}
4.) Upload your project using the Inlinkz tool on the Blue Fern Studios Blog
midnight EST on September 30,  2015

Hope you will join us!

Thanks for stopping by!
 . . . Debbie

5 comments:

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

So gorgeous! LOVING the colors and the flowers!!!!!

Chantal Vandenberg said...

This is lovely!

Ronda Jenkins said...

This is gorgeous! What stencil did you use for the background white flowers?

Urban Mermaid said...

Beautiful layout. I would also love to know more about the stencils/masks you use. They work really well with the Blue Fern range. Thanks.

Urban Mermaid said...

Beautiful layout. I would also love to know more about the stencils/masks you use. They work really well with the Blue Fern range. Thanks.