Wild Hare Kits November Sketch – Tundra by Cheryl

Our blog series showcasing each of us Scrapstorian gals take on The Wild Hare Kits November Sketch continues with Cheryl’s take!

Here is The Wild Hare Kits sketch we are playing with this month:

Cheryl used this sketch to document the amazing (and perhaps slightly tragic) story of Tundra – the Beanie Baby she brought along from her daughter on our Scotland long distance hike. Here is her take:

For this layout, Cheryl used a bunch of goodies from her stash Wild Whisper papers, Alt New papers, Dusty Attic Chipboard (which she painted – of course in Cheryl get messy style – hot pink), some Faber -Castell Gelatos and American Crafts Thickers.

If you don’t yet know The Wild Hare Kits – it is a paper crafting kit club that offers both Deluxe and Petite sized kits that are hand-curated just for you. Simply fill out a Style Profile online to tell the team what colours and products you like (or don’t like), what type of paper crafting you do (scrapbooking, TN, size, etc) and what you will be working on with your kit … and a fantastic kit will show up at your door! So exciting to see what they picked for you. Every month The Wild Hare Kits also offers a sketch and various other challenges each month! Visit The Wild Hare Kits to start your Style Profile and see what they are inspiring us with this month.

If you want to see more takes on this sketch by us Scrapstorians, check our Shar’s Palm Trees and Rosa’s Blessings takes. I have my take on this sketch up on The Wild Hare Kits Blog.

Hope you get a chance to be crafty this weekend!

Brande

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