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Creativity Boot Camp - Day 12

What a gorgeous day its been. I have been stuck in an office all day, so when this posting is finished I will definitely be sitting out in my garden to enjoy what's left of it. Today's Creativity Boot Camp prompt is smooth. This one took some thinking about. I thought up quite a few things but the practiicalities ruled them out. This idea popped into my head while I was driving home. I love the smell of newly ironed clothes, especially when they have dried outside. What do we use to make them lovely and smooth, yes the iron.
Just to make it a little bit more interesting I did a bit of arty, farty stuff and made it black and white with just a spot of colour.
Don't forget to pop over to the Craftwork Cards blog tomorrow to see this weeks sketch challenge.


Anesha said…
That's thinking outside the box!!! Love it.
Lou and Mel said…
Nice one!
I love the smell of just ironed clothes too.
A good idea for smooth!
Kirsty.a said…
Love this idea. If I could just find my iron...!

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