Friday, October 14, 2011

SFF 101411

Good Friday morning everyone! Are you glad it is Friday? I am ready for the weekend! No special plans but it will be nice to relax! Today's sketch challenge from the Sketch Frenzy Friday team is brought to us by Sharon Wheet. Check it out!

And here is what I did with it:

A simple sketch is just what I needed for this week! And I do like how this turned out. This would make a great card to mass produce for all those family and friends for Christmas! I started with a Garden Green textured card base and then added a piece of patterned paper from the Frostwood Lodge designer paper. The focal point is the greeting stamp from Christmas Lodge stamped using the Garden Green and Cherry Cobbler markers on Whisper White card stock. Then I took a piece of Cherry Cobbler and ran it through the Big Shot with the Top Note die and cut it down. These pieces are glued to the back of the greeting panel and then the whole panel is popped up on the card. The final touch is a snowflake that was cut from Marina Mist card stock with the Northern Frost decorative strip. This is glued to the main panel and a rhinestone is added.

Now it is time for you to move on to Jennifer's blog to see what she did with this sketch. Click 'here' to go to her blog. Keep clicking through the tour to get inspired from the design team! Then be sure to create your own project and upload it to the Sketch Frenzy Friday blog so that we can all see! I hope you will find time to play along with us this week!

Card Recipe: Stamps- Christmas Lodge; Paper- Garden Green, Cherry Cobbler, Marina Mist, Whisper White, Frostwood Lodge designer paper; Ink- Garden Green, Cherry Cobbler; Accessories- Top Note die, Northern Frost  decorative strip, basic rhinestone, dimensionals


  1. Clever use of the top note die and it would be a great card to mass produce. Always love your designs!

  2. Wow! Love your use of the Top Note Die Cleaver Girl!!!What a Beautiful Card.

  3. Your Christmas card is divine! I love how you used the top note die to create that beautiful border! very clever.