I've reached stop six in the blog hop, which is Michelle, and I found hers the hardest sketch to follow. Her cluster of triangles was too far outside my comfort zone, and I replaced it with just one triangle and a flower.
Next stop was Tracy R, with a nice simple sketch, though I still changed mine a bit, placing my sentiment on the central panel.
Another Tracy was eighth on the blog hop. I adapted Tracy F's sketch slightly by layering my banners. I also dropped the ribbon trim in favour of a fussy-cut flower.
Nearly finished. The penultimate stop was Janessa, and I kept quite close to her sketch. I was helped there by having an appropriately-shaped sentiment panel.
And finally, the end of the blog hop was Missy. I love the intricate pattern on her card sketch, and I would have loved to stitch it but I couldn't copy it accurately freehand. I ended up rotating the sketch, stitching circles and layering my sentiment over them.
So there you have it. Ten cards made from one freebie set of papers. Some of them look a lot like the sketch that inspired them, some less so, but hopefully you can see the connections.
Paper - HOTP Soft Nostalgia
Ink - Docrafts, Ranger
Flower - Making Memories
Brad - Laura Ashley
Gems - Forever in Time
Threads - DMC
Mist - Docrafts