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Boys Rule posted Oct 2, 2018
by Deanna13

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This is my example for my October Sketch With a Twist Challenge.

This is also for the Manufacturer Challenge using S and E.
Simple Stories 'Lil Dude' line
Eyelet Outlet Enamel Dots

Photos of my sweet little grandsons Evan and Travis playing out back on the playground, July 2018.

I used -
Simple Stories 'Lil Dude' pp's, Chipboard Frames
Pinkfresh Studio Puffy Stars
Eyelet Outlet Enamel Dots
Elle's Studio Journal Card

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This submission used products from ... Simple Stories



Comments

emmapaige
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10/3/18 7:56 am
Wow - what a fantastic take on the sketch! Love the stars.


blbabe1234
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10/3/18 9:24 am
Fabulous take on the sketch. LOVE LOVE LOVE the papers you used


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10/3/18 10:00 am
So much fun--this layout caught my eye--well done


Julie P.
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10/3/18 10:01 am
Cute! I need to use this sketch.


1scrapdiva (Robin)
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10/3/18 7:17 pm
Crazy fun!! I love it


shoorn
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10/8/18 4:14 pm
Love your take on the sketch! Love the frames and the stars!


LydiasPost
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10/9/18 3:04 pm
Well done! Like the use of those small frames-- cool!


Flasher
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10/12/18 8:23 am
I love your take on the sketch and I totally LOVE all those layered patterns! Also love that you used so many of those great, colored frames!