August 10, 2014

Sweet Sunday Sketch Challenge 231

Good morning!!  It's time for another Sweet Sunday Sketch Challenge!  Want to play along?  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 on 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 SSSC231 if you plan to post your card in an online gallery.

We always need birthday cards around here, so I'm trying to get some made and keep a stash handy for the kids to give to friends.  A new school year is coming!

I'm using Birthday Sentiments from MFT for this card and, once again, I stamped the sentiment in two colors.  I can't help myself!  I also added a little row of hearts (from Love's the Ticket) and then scattered some sequins and rhinestones about.  Fun and festive, don't you think?

There is much more inspiration out there for you, so please stop by and see the Sweet Sunday Stampers:

Thanks so much for stopping by!

recipe -
stamps: birthday sentiments (mft), love's the ticket (mft)
paper: smooth white (mft), electric red (mft), orange fizz (mft), sour apple (mft), spring rain (pti), cut & paste "presh" (mme)
ink: black licorice (mft), grout gray (mft), electric red (mft)
accessories: pinking edge circle stax die-namics (mft), circle stax die-namics (mft), fishtail flags layers stax die-namics (mft), lucky blend sequins (avery elle), rhinestones (su!), foam tape 


  1. So fun! Love the sequin/rhinestone combo.

  2. Super cute Karen, Love those sequin and rhinestones!!!

  3. Great card for the sketch!

  4. I love the bright colors on this Karen. You rock the CAS with POP!!

  5. I love how crisp your card is, and of course the colour combo is fabulous!!!

  6. Love this card and how crisp and bright it is!

  7. I never seem to get them done on time but your sketches always seem to inspire me! Thanks