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Tuesday Sketch

Happy Tuesday, OA fans! Lexi here with a sketch for you today. I draw my sketches out on a chalkboard or with a pencil and paper. Fancy, right?

So for today's sketch you can see there is the title along the bottom, with a spot for a couple of photos, a strip across the top and a few embellishing spots.

I used four collections on this layout...mostly Farm Girl, but the letter stickers and red gingham paper are from Make it Merry, the ledger type paper Witch Hazel and the wood grain paper from 9 to 5. 

My little farm boy. We recently finished watching The Princess Bride for the hundredth time and I couldn't get that phrase out of my head. Since it went along with these photos I decided to go with it ;) I cut the "farm" out with my cameo, but somehow it left the bottom of the "f" attached. Rather that try and fix it or redo, I just made do and used it as a place to tuck in my photo. 

I switched the journaling to go under the smaller photo on the right, but kept the area above it for embellishing. You can't go wrong with wood grain chickens, right? 

The perfect tin pin for this layout.

 Mou joined me in the challenge and created this card using mostly Farm Girl and Woodland Park. What a perfect homespun take on a valentine! It's always so fun seeing how others make a sketch work for them.

Now it's your turn! Take this sketch, use it just as is or flip some parts around. Upload your project into the OA flickr gallery or simply comment with a link to your project. We love to see how you are using October Afternoon lines.

Thanks for joining me today. Enjoy your Tuesday! 


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