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Stretch Your Sketches Challenge Series, Sketch #12

Hello everyone!  After last week's break for Boot Camp, I’m back today to share with you the last sketch in the

Before we get to the sketch, I want to remind you of the prize for this month.  You might remember that Lawn Fawn is sponsoring this month's Stretch Your Sketches Challenge Series!

So, in addition to winning a free copy of my eBook, Stretch Your Sketches


the winner will also receive an amazing prize package which includes three sets of stamps:

I want to give a big thank you to Lawn Fawn for their sponsorship this month!  Be sure to find out all the latest news about Lawn Fawn by visiting their blog, their Facebook page or by following them on twitter.

Now on to the last sketch of this challenge, it's a simple grid of four 4x4 photos:


For this final sketch, Ella Friend Brenda Johnston created an adorable layout about her daughter losing her very first baby tooth.  She kept very close to the original design, but replaced one of the photos with a little calendar to mark this special date:



So adorable!  Here are a couple of close-ups:


Want to join in the fun?  Here's how to play:  First, create your layout based on the sketch.  Next, post it to your blog or any online album and be sure to mention where you got the sketch in your post or caption.  Third, come back to this post and share the link to your layout.  All entries must be posted by September 30, 2011, 11:59 pm PST.  The winner of each month will be chosen at random and will be announced here on The Daily Trumpet.  Prizes will only be shipped to U.S. addresses.  In the event that an international participant wins, she'll receive an Ella gift certificate, and a new winner will be drawn for the physical prize.

As a reminder this is the last month of the sketch challenge.  Like the other months, there are two sketches posted (find the first sketch, here).  If you create two layouts, one from each sketch, you will have two entries - doubling your chances of winning.  I can't wait to see what you create!

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