Saturday, November 2, 2013

LCOM Sketch #44 - Reveal

Good Saturday Morning!

We hope you all had a fun time trick or treating with your kiddies!  The weather was great for us and the loot the kids brought back.... OH MY!!!  We're thinking it will last until at least mid-march!!!  LOL!!

Just a friendly reminder to set your clocks back tonight!!

We start our November sketches with today's reveal!  This week's sketch is by our talented designer, Kimberly Figures.  It's a card sketch and our DT members Jocelyne and Shirley shows us how we can use it in different ways.  Let's get to their projects!

Sketch 44 by Kimberly Figures

Peggy's Cove by Jocelyne
Supplies : CTMH, Bo Bunny, Authentique, Fancy Pants, American Crafts, Studio Calico

Today Is Your Day by Shirley
Supplies : Patterned paper - MME (Cut and Paste 6 x 6 Designer Pad by Jen Allyson) ,Cardstock - American Crafts, Chipboard - Crate Paper, Washi Tape - Target, Adhesive - Be Creative Tape

Our November Prize
Our November prize is a 10$ gift certicate from the LCOM Store! 

How to Play Along: 

1. Make a newly created project using the provided sketch and upload it to your blog or online gallery.
2. Then leave a link to your project using the Inlinkz widget at the bottom of this post. Please use a direct link to your LCOM Sketch post and not just your blog address.
3. If you upload to online galleries, please also use tag/keyword LCOM44. LCOM products are NOT required to participate, and you can enter as many times as you want. If you don't have a particular shape indicated in the sketch, feel free to substitute.
4. There is no time limit - you can always play any week at any time, but the linking form will close on the last day of the month at 8:00pm (Atlantic Standard Time) to allow us to find a prize winner.

1 comment:

Auntie Em said...

That is a great sketch!
Jocelyn, your LO is beautiful! I love those large blossoms at the corners and the soft colours.
Shirly, your card is so cheerful and fun. I love all the polka dots, stripes and patterns. They work so well together!
I will have to give this sketch a try for sure. Thanks! :)