September 6, 2009

sweet sunday sketch challenge #34



Good morning - It's time for another Sweet Sunday Sketch Challenge! Here is the deal: make a card with this layout and use Mr. Linky down at the end of my post to enter your card. On Thursday at 10 PM (Mountain Time), I'll randomly select one card to feature on my blog. So, as long as your card is linked in the Mr. Linky box by 10 PM Thursday, your card will be in the drawing. Be sure to link directly to the blog post or gallery image which features your card. You may post a picture of the sketch on your blog, but please save the image to your computer first. Use the keyword SSSC34 if you plan to post your card in an online gallery.

I'm keeping this sketch easy breezy today - I hope you all join in! I used some retired Afternoon Tea paper along with my new A Cup of Life set from Verve. To add some dimension, I paper-pierced the scallops and the border above the little panel. No ribbon today - instead, I added 4 neutrals brads.

OK, it's your turn! And don't forget to try my challenge at Stamp a Sweet Impression - see all the details in the post below.

Good luck!
Karen



recipe -
stamps: a cup of life (verve stamps)
ink: groovy guava, chocolate chip, sahara sand
paper: soft sky, chocolate chip, whisper white card stock, afternoon tea dsp
accessories: 5/16" neutrals brads, scallop edge punch, paper-piercing tool, square & labels 1 nestabilities (spellbinders), stampin' dimensionals

24 comments:

  1. Yeah ... I'm first!
    Great challenge - thanks for the inspiration!
    Here's mine
    Lynne
    :o)

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  2. Beautiful card, hoping to play later tonight.

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  3. Beautiful, Karen! I love your sketch and can't wait to play with it!

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  4. Looks like an easy, useful sketch. Can't wait to give it try. I also like your piece of inspiration. Love the colours.

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  5. Such a nice sketch. Thanks so much for the ispiration and the wonderful cards you shared. Nice job!

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  6. Thanks for another groovy doovey sketch Karen!

    Sam.

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  7. Such a yummy card! :D
    Thank you for the lovely sketch too!

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  8. (I'm sorry for what's within the brackets in my Mr. Linky, it doesn't mean to be there lol)

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  9. Thanks for a lovely sketch, I enjoyed this a lot.

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  10. What a lovely card and a great sketch for this week! I think I might need to break down and get that stamp set... The colors and papers you chose for it are perfect!

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  11. Thanks for a great sketch challenge. Glad I got a chance to play along this week.

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  12. great sketch here is my card
    http://creatingisfun.blogspot.com/2009/09/bday-card.html

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  13. YAY!! I got to join in again this week, been so busy!! Thanks for the great layout!!
    SMiles Sharnee :0)

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  14. thanks Karen, think Mine might give you a bit of a laugh!! ( well just scroll down a bit after the card)

    have a great day xx

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  15. I love this sketch, so easy to use. Your card is beautiful! I love the SU Afternoon Tea DP. I hope to be a regular Sweet Sunday Sketcher!

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  16. Fabulous sketch Karen! So easy and perfect for larger images!

    Hugs, Kelly

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  17. super sketch! glad i made it on time!!
    hugs

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  18. Great challenge again! Thanks for looking at mine

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  19. Great sketch! Thanks for another fabulous challenge!

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  20. Didn't make the deadline this week because I was out of town, but I did post a card with your sketch. Come check it out if you have time at http://www.emily-atimetocraft.blogspot.com

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  21. My God!! I am actually a bit late, too late to LINK> <
    My work here ~ ~ http://leonting.pixnet.net/blog/post/29273049

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  22. Oh bummer - missed the timeframe to participate!!

    Still enjoyed the sketch; thanks Karen!

    http://whimsicalcreations.blogspot.com/2009/09/happy-birthday-to-you-sweet-sunday.html

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