Friday, November 11, 2011

SFF 111111

Good Friday morning everyone! Time for another wonderful sketch challenge at Sketch Frenzy Friday! This week's sketch is brought to us by Angela Walters. Take a look!

A sketch with so many possibilities! But this is what I came up with!

I am quite pleased with this one! I did end up flipping the sketch to make it more balanced. For this card I started with a card base of Whisper White. Then I took another piece of Whisper White and ran it through the Big Shot with the Snow Burst embossing folder and glued it to a piece of Cherry Cobbler. To this panel I added a strip of Cherry Cobbler that I punched with the scallop edge border punch and wrapped a piece of Cherry Cobbler quilted satin ribbon around it. Then I popped up this panel onto the card base. My focal point is a piece of Garden Green card stock that was cut with the scallop squares duo die. I stamped the image from Bells & Boughs onto a scrap piece with black StazOn and colored it with Garden Green and Cherry Cobbler markers and then cut it out. It is popped up onto a piece of Whisper White with the greeting (from the same set) stamped in Cherry Cobbler. This is glued to the Garden Green scallop square that is popped up onto the card. 

Please click 'here' to go to Jennifer's blog and see what she did with this sketch! Continue to click through the tour to get more inspiration and then I hope you will find some time to play along with us this week! Make your creation using this sketch and upload it to the Sketch Frenzy Friday blog. We always love to see what you come up with! Thanks for stopping by and have a super day!

Card Recipe: Stamps- Bells & Boughs; Paper- Whisper White, Cherry Cobbler, Garden Green; Ink- Garden Green, Cherry Cobbler; Accessories- Cherry Cobbler seam binding ribbon, scallop edge border punch, snow burst embossing folder, scallop squares duo die, dimensionals


  1. A beautiful and elegant card - just gorgeous.


  2. Gorgeous!!! I love the background--it really adds alot to your card!

  3. What a great use of that set. I have it and love how your card turned out.