Let's get this cybercrop started shall we??
Good morning and welcome to the Summer Cybercrop proper here at The Studio :) We hope that you'll join in as much as you possibly can today but even if you can't you have until 4th September to link your project in the appropriate comments section of each class or challenge to be in with a chance of winning some great prizes.
Who doesn't love a Becky Fleck sketch?? Well, we're lucky enough to have one for you to have a go at right now :) I hope that you enjoy it.
This challenge is sponsored by is sponsored by Apron Strings who are very genourously donating the July kit Smaller than a Breadbox kit for a randomly selected winner.
Apron Strings is a monthly kit club offering up three delicious kits each month: A scrapbook page kit, a bigger scrapbook kit and a card kit. Each of the kits are filled with scrumptious papers and embellishments; the only thing they need is you. Starting at just $16 (on the commitment-free autoship) the club is a wallet-friendly way to get samplings of all the newest treats on the market, stay within budget, and still enjoy your craft. And, like sitting in the kitchen with friends sharing recipes, there's a community to help you use your kits. You'll gather inspiration from other scrapbookers at the Apron Strings blog where you can participate in weekly challenges, contests and cyber-crops with enticing Cookie Jar Treats (fat free of course) for playing along. You can swing by the Apron Strings Group to chit-chat. And there's the monthly online, full color newsletter with wonderful examples by the design team. Joining Apron Strings is much more
than just great kits, it's about keeping you inspired to use your kits.
We really hope that you'll enjoy it. We did!
materials: Cardstock: American Crafts; Patterned paper: Studio Calico, My Minds Eye, Basic Grey; letters: K & Co.; rub on: American Crafts; chipboard: Stampin Up, Maya Road; pin: Tim Holtz; sticker: Basic Grey; border tapes: Studio Calico & washi
And if you have enjoyed this sketch challenge. Don't forget to check out Becky's monthly inspirational pagemaps and blog x
Fab Sketch!! Breakfast and then I'll have a go at this. Its great that your giving us until Sept 4th too - I may the extra time!ReplyDelete
Great start to the crop : )ReplyDelete
Love the sketch.ReplyDelete
Here's my take on it:
What a great way to start the crop!! Love the sketch and the layout takes ladies!!ReplyDelete
mine is done--but waiting for glossy accents to dry so will photograph and link back later---great sketch and great start to the CCReplyDelete
here is my take
Wahoo, we're off and what a great start! :-)ReplyDelete
Hi! Thanks for a great sketch. This is my LO:ReplyDelete
Great start! My first cycber crop - considered just staying up and playing in real time but bed called! Will be using the extra time here in Victoria Canada!ReplyDelete
I love this these leaves look just as if someone had splattered pink whitewash all over them.ReplyDelete
Loved using this sketch. Here's my take:ReplyDelete
finally dry so here is my layout for this classReplyDelete
Here is my take on this!! Oh what fun :) xxxReplyDelete
Here is my take on the great sketch :-DReplyDelete
I loved this one, it really gave a much needed kick start to get my creative juices flowing again!ReplyDelete
Here's my take; http://scrappingmojo.blogspot.com/2010/08/studio-challenges.html
I really enjoyed this challenge, here's my take on it!ReplyDelete
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Loved this, Ok the link didn't work last time here's another go HEREReplyDelete
I love sketches! Here's my layout!ReplyDelete
Lovely sketh, i have used it to record a trip from my holiday this yearReplyDelete