Yes, this is definitely a more simple card, but I think it is still cute!

This card was made based on the recent sketch challenge posted on the Retro Sketches blog.

I really can't get enough of the way retro sketches shows their sketches. The hand drawn vibe will never get old (at least, not to me). So I, once again, dipped into my Flying Unicorn September kit to make this card.

I used some of the Prima flowers we received as the embellishment cluster, and used two stickers, layered upon one another for the sentiment.  You may also notice that within the flower cluster, I added a metal lock charm to add some pizzazz to the otherwise "naked" area below the flowers.

Thanks so much for taking the time to drop by and see what I've been up to!

It is greatly appreciated!!!

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One of the items that came in the September Flying Unicorn kit is a 12x12 sheet of corrugated paper. I really like using corrugated paper as card bases as it provides so much more weight and dimension over regular heavy-weight cardstock.

This card was made using the current sketch over at Freshly Made Sketches.

As you can see, the image on the sketch shows a tag, but I substituted the tag for a sticker from the sticker sheet we got in the September kit, raised on a couple layers of chipboard. It's wonderfully simple; And although I'm thinking I want to add a bit more "sparkle and shine" to the card, I'm thinking it may also glam it up a bit too much... 

Thanks so much for dropping in and checking out my card!

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In trying to use up my Flying Unicorn September kit, and so this is a card that I made for the recent CAS(E) this Sketch challenge!

I fussy cut one of the smaller journalling cards from the kit in order to have the flowers in the vase as the side image to the sentiment.  I really like how simple this card was too make! I think the most time was spent fussy cutting the flowers! :P

Thanks for dropping by to check out my card!

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Yes, I know the title is a little bit cheesy, but it's true!

I really enjoyed the sketch over at the Cardabilities blog for this month:

My take on the sketch went a little something like this:

You may or may not recognize the products used, but they are products that were in the Flying Unicorn September kit!  I'm really enjoying the Flying Unicorn kit and have almost finished going through all the papers... And you still end up with so much product left over! Such a great kit!
Thanks for dropping in!
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Hey everyone!

This is my 200th blog post!!  Yay!  Ok, continuing on to the content...

This post is all about shoes!!  Well, the layout is all about shoes, the post is about the layout that's about the shoes. Lol

Anyway, I created this layout based on the Sketchabilities sketch #123 that was posted just today! Let's just say that I've been multi-tasking all day and now that the creative part of my day is done, it's time for the working part to start. :P

The sketch was all fancy like, and I really liked it because of that. :)  I actually liked it so much that I created a process video for the layout I made and showed off my method of layering while working with this sketch on my computer screen!

Images of the layout are below, but I would really love it if you watch the video too. I killed my camera battery (from a full charge) in order to make it! The layout took me about an hour and 15 minutes to complete.

Thank you so very much for dropping by and I hope you enjoyed the video AND the images this time around!

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It's not often that I post a blog post with a creation that isn't required for a challenge, however I felt the need to post this one because it's not something I do often (yet?).

This is an altered canvas that I created based on the Mojo Monday sketch that was posted over on the Flying Unicorn forums.

I also entered this creation into the Mid-month Mxed Media challenge also over on the Flying Unicorn forums.

I created this canvas using the products in the Mixed Art kit from the Flying Unicorn store!  I am So. Happy. with the way it turned out, and it is currently hanging on the wall  in my bedroom. :)

Thanks so much for dropping by!

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This layout was created based on the sketch that can be found over on the Creative Scrappers blog (#277)!

I had a photo that I found to be very powerful to me... It's a photo of how "bright" the future can be even though you may be currently in a state of darkness. I took this photo on my old phone while I was in a car, going through a storm.  You could see far enough in the distance to where the rain let up and the sun came back out.  I thought the image was super cool.

I used my Flying Unicorn September kit to create this layout. Some of the light blue "papers" you'll see in the background are actually pieces of the packaging from the Prima flowers that came in the kit. Lol.

Thank you so much for dropping by!

Krafty Kerry signing off!