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3.22.2009

Thanks :: WSC - Sort of!


I hope everyone enjoyed (or enjoying) their weekend. I had a great weekend that was relaxing and filled with a lot of crafting. I made about 5 cards and that's quite a lot of me. I feel a sense of accomplishment! Tonight, I'm sharing with you a card inspired by Beate's Weekend Sketch Challenge. The sketch is by Cambria. When I saw it, I really liked the scalloped sqaures and had to make a similar layout. I did not stick to it completely because I like to make a sketch fit my style.

Anyway, I'll be back tomorrow, bright and early to share my Loonie Stamper's Challenge card!!! I definitely fulfilled all of my 'challenge requirements' this weekend!

By the way, I'm still working on my video...(this suff takes time...too much)! I hope by the time I get the hang of it, it will be a piece of cake!

Card Instructions
  1. Punch scalloped squares.
  2. Die cute squares.
  3. Stamp images + sentiments on squares.
  4. Trim cream cardstock and stamp polka dot background; adhere to card base.
  5. Trim berry cardstock and scallop punch the edge; adhere to card base.
  6. Tie ribbon into a knot.
  7. Adhere squares.
  8. Stamp bottom right corner of card base.

:: My Goodies {Thanks}::
Stamps: Papertrey Ink-Rustic Branches + Mixed Messages + Polka Dot Background
Ink: Papertrey Ink-Spring Moss + Berry Sorbet
Cardstocks: Papertrey Ink-Spring Moss + Vintage Cream + Berry Sorbet
Accessories: Papertrey Ink-spring moss ribbon; Stampin' Up!-scallop edge + square punch; Spellbinders-square nestabilities; ProvoCraft-cuttlebug

4 comments:

Cheryl said...

I love what you have done with that leaf image. I love that set, but I always get stumped with how to use certain images, like that one. Great job!

Wendy said...

Damn, you are making amazing cards! I love this!

Cambria Turnbow said...

WONDERFUL... the colors are just yummy! You rocked it for sure! Thanks for playing along! :)

Heather P. said...

This is adorable! LOVE the colors/stamps you used. :)

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