December 16, 2012

Sweet Sunday Sketch Challenge 174

It's time for another Sweet Sunday Sketch Challenge! Here is the deal: make a card with this layout and use the InLinkz button down at the very end of this post to enter your card. The links will close in two weeks, next Friday at 10 PM (Mountain Time). 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 SSSC174 if you plan to post your card in an online gallery.

WANT TO BE A GUEST Sweet Sunday Stamper?  I'll be picking my favorite card or project after each challenge and that winner will have a special guest spot as a designer on a future Sweet Sunday Challenge.  I'm SO excited about this!  You can enter as many different cards as you'd like before the following Friday deadline, so get stampy!

I will be announcing the next Guest Sweet Sunday Stamper later this week, so be sure to check back to see if you will be joining the design team for SSSC175!

I needed to make a birthday card for a boy and so I grabbed At the Movies Die-namics & Stamps and some Kraft Funday Everyday Fun 6x6 papers from My Mind's Eye. I started by cutting out the film strip die in both Sweet Tooth and Black Licorice Card Stock and then stamped the elements in Wild Cherry, Lemon Drop, and Jellybean Green Ink.  I matted the patterned paper in Wild Cherry Card Stock and then added the Notched Border Die-namics instead of scallops.

The Sweet Sunday Stampers have lots more for you to see today, so please stop on over and see:
You can find these fun products in the MFT Boutique -

recipe - 
stamps: at the movies (mft)
paper: black licorice (mft), sweet tooth (mft), wild cherry (mft), jellybean green (mft), kraft funday everyday fun 6x6 (my mind's eye)
ink: wild cherry (mft), lemon drop (mft), jellybean green (mft)
accessories: foam tape
mft die-namics: at the movies, notched border, mix & match banners



  1. Karen this is gorgeous I love the layout and the colours are beautiful. Caroline xxx

  2. This is cute! I like the little green pinking edge tab...reminds me of a crown. And he is king for a day on his birthday!

  3. This is perfect for a boy. The tab looks like a crown so he can be king for the day!!

  4. Great boys card, Karen! I really like the bold images and cool dies you used!

  5. So cute Karen, love the papers you used!! Very cute birthday card!!

  6. Ack this is SO perfect Karen! I was dying to see how you were going to use this sketch. I knew it would be awesome. Hope you have a wonderful holiday!

  7. sooo fun, Karen! love that stamp set. it looks great with those papers.

  8. Great sketch and card, Karen! Love the papers and stamp set! I enjoyed playing along using the sketch!