October 15, 2010

SSD #46 | Release Day Blog Hop

Good morning and happy Friday!  Skipping Stones Design is hosting a fun little blog hop to celebrate its new release.

You should have arrived to my blog through Lea, and if you would like to start the tour from the beginning, the fun all starts at Skipping Stones Design.

Today, the team is featuring the new set, Cancer Schmancer - a charity set which Skipping Stones Design will donate $4 from each purchased set to the Komen Foundation. 


The week's challenge is to use this sketch and I opted to change mine into a square card since the image I chose to use isn't as tall as the sketch would want it to be.  I used Sahara Sand for the card base and added some Sweet Pea paper {I haven't used that in forever!!} along with some white satin ribbon I picked up at Michaels a while back.  The scallop border is the Scalloped Eyelet Border die from Taylored Expressions and I also used the small oval Nestabilities for my image frame.

You should now hop on over to Kandi's blog for the next piece of crafty eye candy!

Thanks for stopping by -
Karen


recipe - 
stamps: cancer schmancer (skipping stones design)
paper: sahara sand, rose red, pretty in pink, whisper white cardstock, sweet pea (stampin' up!)
ink: pretty in pink, memento rich cocoa
accessories: white 1" satin ribbon, scalloped eyelet die (taylored expressions), oval/large scallop nestabilities (spellbinders)

14 comments:

  1. Beautiful card!!!! Thanks for the super sketches this month!!

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  2. Such a gorgeous card...love the colors...thanks for such fabbie sketches this month!

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  3. So So pretty..I have really enjoyed working with your sketches this month Karen!

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  4. Oh Karen, your card is truly gorgeous! I am absolutely drooling over that big, beautiful bow! :)

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  5. This is a gorgeous card, Karen! Love it!

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  6. gorgeous card! Love the huge puffy bow!

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  7. Very pretty, and I love your sketch!

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  8. This is very pretty, Karen! I just love those stamped in pink...very fitting!

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  9. I like what you did with the card. It is really very beautiful and the colors are so awesome.

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  10. Beautiful card. I love these simple ones best!

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  11. Love these colors and the awesome bow! So gorgeous!

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