Sketch Challenge With Susan and Amy

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The Challenge

Kiwi Lane challenged Amy and Susan to a sketch challenge…but here’s the twist; they had to use the same sketch. It was so much fun to watch them play-to-create their own versions of the layout design and add their own personal touch along the way. Check out their creations and feel free to share!

Amy Jussel


Amy decided to scrapbook a hike she went on with her family at Ponderosa State Park. She loved using the enamel stickers on the Shine a la carte in this layout. Enamel stickers are one of her favorite things, second only to paper, so she was super happy to be able to use them. Check out the before and after comparison below by sliding the arrows!

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Designer Templates
  • Funky Frills (2A, 2B)
  • Paisley Place (1A, 1B)
  • Pine a la carte
  • Woodland Creatures (2, 4, 5, 7, 9)
  • Wilderness (4, 7)
  • Arrows (5)
  • Shine a la carte


Susan decided to scrapbook her summer family trip to Philadelphia. She specifically wanted to use the photo strips she printed from persnickety prints in the layout, which ended up being really cute! Check out the before and after comparison below by sliding the arrows!

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Designer Templates
  • Wildside (4)
  • Umbrella a la carte (Retired)
  • Rings (2, 4)
  • Heart 2 Heart a la carte
  • Paisley Place (3A, 3B)
  • Good Tidings a la carte
Accept The Challenge!

We challenge you to find yourself a sketch! We want to see how you play-to-create your own design and add your own personal touches. Enamel stickers, borders, titles, the list goes on. We would love to see, so share you creation on our play to create facebook page.

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