Friday, September 2, 2011

SFF 090211

TGIF everyone!! Are you ready for a great weekend? Well, I hope that you are ready for another great sketch challenge from the Sketch Frenzy Friday team! This week's sketch was made by Jennifer Weide. Take a look:

So many possibilities! I love clean and simple sketches! The sky's the limit on this one! Here is what I finally came up with:

I thought that this sketch would be a great opportunity to showcase some of our fantastic designer paper. For this card I cut a piece of designer paper from the Pocketful of Posies pack and mounted it onto a piece of Soft Suede and then wrapped a piece of Pear Pizzazz seam binding ribbon around it and popped it up onto a card base of Pear Pizzazz. Then I stamped the greeting from the Friendly Phrases set in Soft Suede on Whisper White and punched it out with the oval punch and layered it onto a piece of Pear Pizzazz that was punched with the scallop oval punch. This is popped up on a piece of Soft Suede that was punched with the decorative label punch and then popped up onto the card. The last thing I did was to punch a piece of Rich Razzleberry with the itty bitty shapes punch pack and add a basic rhinestone. A really easy card!! 

O.k. Now I want to send you on to Jennifer's blog. Click 'here' to see what she has come up with! Continue through the tour to get inspired and then create your own project. Be sure to upload it to the Sketch Frenzy Friday blog so we can all see! I get so many ideas from you all! Thanks for stopping by and have a super day!

Card Recipe: Stamps- Friendly Phrases; Paper- Pear Pizzazz, Soft Suede, Rich Razzleberry, Whisper White, Pocketful of Posies designer paper; Ink- Soft Suede; Accessories- Pear Pizzazz seam binding ribbon, itty bitty shapes punch pack, oval punch, oval scallop punch, decorative label punch, basic rhinestones, dimensionals


  1. Wow - this is one beautiful card, Deb! When I saw that paper in the catalogue, I didn't like it. I LOVE how you've used it, though; this is gorgeous!

  2. Love the designer paper! What a great idea for this sketch!

  3. Wow, I did not think of using the patterned paper this way. Thanks for the inspiration!

  4. You hit it out of the park with this card. Great use of the DSP!