Freshly Made Sketches #7

Good Evening Everyone

This is the sketch this week at Freshly Made Sketches:

I found this sketch a little challenging – but I guess that’s the whole point of a challenge! This is my card based on their sketch:

Thanks for stopping by.
Products Used:
Cardstock: Early Espresso, Very Vanilla, Beau Chateau DSP
Ink: Early Espresso
Stamp Sets: Flower Fest, Elements of Style
Other Products: Button, Circle Punches, Linen Thread, Basic Pearl
See ya

Narelle

Stampin Royalty Challenge #90

Hey Again

This is my last one for tonight and then it’s time to settle down to watch the Brownlow Medal Count (that’s the best for fairest for Aussie Rules Footy for those who don’t know). I’m entering this card for the sketch challenge at Stampin Royalty this week.  This is their sketch that I used for inspiration to create my card.

Here’s what I came up with – I’m lovin’ Pool Party BTW!

I placed my pearls on the opposite side to sketch as I felt it balanced my card out a little better.  Thanks for stopping by!

Products Used:
Cardstock: Basic Black, Very Vanilla, Pool Party, Love Letter DSP (retired)
Ink: Black Stazon, Pool Party
Stamp Sets: Flower Fest, Occasional Quotes
Other Products: Pool Party Ribbon, Basic Pearls, Antique Brad
See ya (& Go Pies!)

Narelle

The Paper Players Challenge #63

Hey Everyone

This is the colour palette we’re using over at The Paper Players Challenge this week – (love this colour scheme BTW)

When I first sat down to create my card I thought I’d go “Christmas”, but as I had just received a huge box of new catalogue goodies I had oodles of flowery sets I wanted to try first. The flower I’ve used is a from a stamp set called Flower Fest which I stamped three times, cut out and then layered.

Thanks for stopping by.

This card was chosen as A Cut Above at The Players Players Challenge.

Products Used:

Cardstock: Basic Gray, Whisper White, Rich Razzleberry DSP, Old Olive
Ink: Rich Razzleberry, Old Olive
Stamp Set: Flower Fest
Other Products: Basic Pearls, Textured Embossing Folder, Circle Scissor

See ya

Narelle