Saturday, April 3, 2010

Ten Minute Saturday

Hello everyone. Sorry there's no sketch this week. With all the family get-togethers and also trying to maintain a general state of relaxed-ness on the days off, the sketch just didn't happen!

I do have a ten minute (really it was less) card for you though! Using Dot Spot, Birthday Basics, and few Memento inks, I had a card ready in a snap!

I've also grouped the sketches, up to FTL 81 in four documents. Sorry, I couldn't figure out how to actually export a 4-page document with the software I have. Hopefully this is an acceptable alternative! *Amendment* Due to the awesomeness of others in the crafting community, Amy has grouped these into a single .pdf. Woot! It should be here soon. If that doesn't work, you can also try here.

FTL 1-19 FTL20-40 FTL41-60 FTL61-81

25 comments:

Alex said...

Beautiful! x

Michellem said...

Thanks so much for the .pdf files! All these delicious sketches in one 4-page document is wonderful!!

Lynn said...

Yahoo! Thanks so much for the PDF files! Awesome!

Anonymous said...

Thank you SO MUCH for taking the time to do this. Very much appreciated!

Christine M said...

Thank you for all the wonderful .pdf files, it will be so useful having the sketches all together. :)

Pat S. said...

I think the 4 pdf files that you sent are perfect. Just like the Splitcoast sketch challenge index files. What a handy resource. Thank you so much!

Jennifer Carter said...

Very nice! Love this!

Colleen Kramer said...

Natasha,
Thank you, thank you, thank you! I was trying to print one sketch at a time, because our laptop is not always by my crafting space (it's shared by my hubby and teenage son). Bless you for taking the time to put them together. I love having them on four pages as it saves paper, too. These layouts have been my source of lost Mojo...I'm able to carve out about 20 minutes each day to finish a card...and I'm happy with the CAS look to them. Have a very Happy Easter!

Susan Raihala said...

Oh, this card made me gasp and think, I gotta copy this!!! You are brilliant! Great colors, great placement, great concept!

Susan (peebsmama) said...

I like the arrangement of your images and the colors you chose.

Thanks for the links to the prior sketches. That really is a much faster way to view them all then going one by one.

Anonymous said...

WOW. Thank you so much! I have been looking for a DIY cardmaking book that features clean and simple layouts and this is just the ticket! I can't wait to get crafting now!

Dotty Jo said...

Gorgeous - love the colours and the layout!!! Jo x

Gayatri said...

Thank you so much for doing PDF files. Appreciate it so much.

grayxenon said...

your work as simply amazing, truly neat and artistic..how inspiring.. :)

grayxenon said...

your work are truly amazing, simple and so neat...truly inspiring..

Kari said...

Thank you - your sketches are wonderful & to have them all on a couple pages is inspiration just waiting to happen.

Michelle said...

Love this! It's so clean and mod.

Robyn said...

Thank you so much for the sketch file! I have set myself a goal to make 50 Christmas cards by 1st Dec 2010 using them...So far I have made 7 !!

Kim said...

Thank you, thank you, thank you for these files!! I tend to stamp very simple layouts and love this resource!!

Martha said...

ahhh this is so kool, I love your sketches, and this is awesome ;)

Marilyn said...

Thank you so much for the pdf files! These are much appreciated.
Keep them coming... these are so inspiring and I look forward to them every week.
Blessings to you all,
Marilyn in Texas

Michelle B. AKA JustPaintingAround said...

Thank you so much! I love these sketches and they are great jumping off points. Now I can print these and have them handy at my stamp table. Thanks again!

Maureen said...

Thank you so much for the pdf files!! I love your sketches and this will be a great resource whenever I'm looking for the perfect layout!!

Haley D. said...

Woot! Woot! Thank you! These are fabulous!

Mary Davidson said...

Thank you so much for your generosity in compiling your sketches into downloadable pdfs. I'm trying so hard to do clean & simple and no I have no excuse...LOL.