Sketch Challenge reject

I am loving being part of the Simple Sketched Saturday Challenge Blog Hop once a fortnight, the hop this past Saturday was awesome! but the sketch really stretched me, it took me ages to be break it down into something I could make. I have started to change the way I look at a sketch, breaking it down into components, rather that seeing it as a ‘map’. But for some reason the first card I made for this challenge, looked just like the sketch, and I’m still not sure I like it all that much!

Stampin' Up! UK Garden in Bloom birthday card

This card uses the Garden in Bloom stamp set and coordinating English Garden Designer Series Paper. The stamps have been used on the top layer to create my own Designer Series Paper, and this is the point when it goes a bit strange in my head – I think it’s the colours, maybe even just that butterfly, but its just not balancing

Stampin' Up! Sketch Challenge Garden in Bloom

The sketch called for a horizontal layer, so I’ve added a vellum strip with the sentiment stamped in Memento.

I’m still not sure, what do you think is wrong with this card!


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