Friday, March 11, 2016

March 1 2016 Challenge Featured Layout #2

Today's featured layout based on the March 1st sketch challenge is so cool. But before we get to looking at it together, we want to say thank you to our sponsors.

A big thank you goes out to Wycinanka for sponsoring this challenge with a beautiful prize pack.

http://www.wycinanka.net/
In a small factory at the foot of the Izera Mounains,
with passion and involvement, we create unusual products to handicraft.
In Wycinanka's offer you will find chipboards, stencils, stamps and ... just look at www.wycinanka.net
 
sample prize pack!

And thank you to Evalicious, who is sponsoring this challenge with a $20.00 gift certificate to the Evalicious online store.

http://evalicious.bigcartel.com/
Evalicious is a small home based company in Canada that offers scrapbooking paper tags, puffy stickers, wood veneer, clear/rubber stamps and more.

Laura is our featured artist today. I love that her masculine page is full of distressed layers and details and is also supremely sophisticated. The tags peeking out from behind the circle grid add so much dimension. And that dude oozes cool.


We are so glad you joined us, Laura. Please grab our "featured" button below and wear it on your blog.
Here's another look at the sketch:


Please link up your layouts over in the sidebar by March 29th to be in the running for one of our prizes. All prizes will be drawn randomly using Random.org to pick a number.

When linking your layouts, please make sure it is linked to the specific post your layout is in, not your blog as a whole. It can be hard for our team to find your layout, especially if you blog often. You can also link from any gallery, including Facebook and Flickr (though we may not be able to comment in all forums).

Feel free to combine this sketch challenge with other non-sketch challenges, such as colour challenges.

Please post a link back to Stuck?! Sketches on your blog entry for our challenge. We would also love for you to share the sketch.

Thank you for visiting us today. If you haven't yet tried your hand at creating with this sketch, please do and then let us see what you've made. We really love to see your work.

Janice :-)

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