Sunday, November 7, 2010

November 7th Sketch

It's November and we have another exciting month in store for you! We have two awesome sponsors again this month! We'll also be taking part in a Hippity Hop Blog Hop on November 12th & 14th! Make sure you clear some time to create a layout that weekend because you won't want to miss your chance to win prizes!

The Sketch:

Inspiration from our 7th Sassies:

"Minnie" by Denise

"Punta Cana" by Deanna

"Quality Time" by Kelly

"Sweet" by Martine

November Paper Sponsor

November Digi Sponsor
Be sure to check out our generous sponsors!

To be eligible for the November prizes, your layout must be uploaded
via Mr. Linky below by December 5th at 11:59 PM EST.
Specific rules regarding Sassy Lil' Sketch challenges can be found our "SLS Rules" page.
*The paper prize is open to US residents only. The digital prize is open to all US & International residents.


  1. This was a GREAT sketch to work with and wonderful examples, everyone!

  2. Fabulous layouts by the Sassies! Can't wait to see what our followers create.

  3. Loved the sketch, Cherie. Thank you.

  4. Yeah! I finally got caught up and get to play again! got this one done this morning. It is a little busy but felt so good just to ge tone done!

  5. I uploaded my page today. Great sketch, and the ladies before me have done some fabulous work. Check them out!

  6. Great sketch! I used up lots of little scraps from the stash! Thanks for the inspiration!

  7. I finally made time to do my LO! I did a 2 pager!! This was fun! Thanks! :)

  8. I loved this sketch! It was exactly what I needed to finish up a two page layout. Thanks so much for the great inspiration. :0)

  9. This is my first time here, and I adored the sketch. It was perfect for what I had in mind for my Easter layout. I love the examples that you gave. Sorry I accidently posted the wrong URL to my first link. I didn't know how to purge it.

  10. I loved the blocking on this sketch. Had fun with this one. Thanks for a great sketch!

  11. I really meant to use up scraps on those patterned paper blocks. I mean, I certainly HAVE enough scraps. But my scraps from the remainder of this paper line were big enough to just use them as solid blocks. Sketches are nothing if not versitile, right?