Freshly Made Sketches #253

Hey Everyone

Sketch challenges are my favourite!  Especially when you find a sketch as good as this one! Jennifer Brum is our sketch designer at Freshly Made Sketches this week.  Jennifer’s cards are so crisp and stylish – go over to her blog and check them out!

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The Stampin’ Up! set I’ve used is a retired one called Choose Happiness and my sentiment is from Sunburst Sayings.  Here’s my card:

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We have an amazingly talented team at Freshly Made Sketches – pop over and take a look at their cards.  We would love you to join us with this challenge.

Thanks for stopping by.

Cheers

Narelle

The Card Concept #32

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When I first saw the colours for this weeks Card Concept challenge, I wondered how I was going to make them work for a Shabby Chic card – but once I found the right DSP my card just fell together. Love it when that happens!

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Here’s what I came up with:

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We would love for you to join us with our challenge.  Head over to The Card Concept and take a look at the wonderful inspiration from the Design Team.

Thanks for stopping by.

Cheers

Narelle

Pals Paper Arts #222 & Retro Sketches #135

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I’m back with another card I made today.  This time I’ve combined my card for the following challenges – Pals Paper Arts and Retro Sketches where you can use any past sketch.  Here’s PPA’s colour combo and the fab sketch I chose from Retro Sketches.

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I’ve had Stampin’ Up!s Choose Happiness sitting unopened on my bookcase for a little while now and decided it was time to ink it up.  I’ve used my Calypso Coral and Daffodil Delight blendabilities to give the flower some colour and the leaves are coloured with my Old Olive blendabilities.  I know Old Olive isn’t part of the challenge colours, but I’m hoping the DT at Pals Paper Arts won’t mind.  I finger walked Dictionary through Early Espresso ink and then stamped it off once on photocopy paper to dull the colour.  I then finger walked it on my cardstock so you can see bits of the print in the background.  The sentiment is from Petite Pairs and I’ve used Banner Blast for the banners. Here’s my card:

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Thanks for stopping by.

Cheers

Narelle