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August 2012 Trail Map

I absolutely love this month's Trail Map!  The simple, clean layout lends itself to a multitude of options for the cardmaker. the four small squares can be used to showcase embellishments or stamped images, and they don't even have to be squares - make them circles! Or if you don't want to use four items, make it three. The oval can be used as a focal point for an image or a sentiment.   Have you ever tried turning a trail map or sketch 90 degrees, or even 180 degrees for an entirely different look?  Give it try sometime if you haven't.  One trail map can make so make different looks in your cardmaking.  So, dig out your paper, embellishments and stamps and see what you can do with this month's featured Trail Map.  Oh the possibilities are endless!

August 2012 Trail Map by Regena

Check out our Artistic Guides' intepretations using this month's Trail Map:

by: Ken Schneider, Map Master

Stamps by: QKR Stampede
(Check out our Map Master's tutorial for this card tomorrow!)

by: Cathy Peper, Artistic Guide

Stamps by: Inkadinkado and Papertrey Inks

by: Nancy Thaut, Artistic Guide

Stamps by:  Inkadinkado and Fiskars

by: Debbie Ebat, Artistic Guide

Stamps by:  Digital Image from  Fine Arts by Robert Jackson

by: Nola Burkhard, Artistic Guide

Stamps by: Stampin' Up!

by: Marian Davis, Artistic Guide

Stamps by: Gina K Designs

by: Peggie Wilkins, Artistic Guide

Stamps by: Magnolia and The Angel Company

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  1. These are all GREAT--loved working with it too!