Friday, February 10, 2012

SFF 021012

Good morning everyone! Yea! It's Friday! I am ready for a great weekend! Are you? Sketch Frenzy Friday has another great challenge for you all this week! I do hope you will find time to play along with us! Take a look at the fantastic sketch that Jennifer designed for us!

Lots of possibilities on this one! But here is what I decided to do with this sketch!

My picture didn't come out very good. I am still experimenting with photo editing. I hope I get better - lol! Anyway, I took a piece of Very Vanilla card stock and ran it through the Big Shot with the Vintage Wallpaper embossing folder and then popped it up on a card base of Very Vanilla. Then I took the dotted ribbon scallop punch and punched two strips of Pool Party and tucked them behind a strip of Very Vanilla. This is adhered to the card. Then I cut a Very Vanilla piece of card stock using the Lots of Tags sizzlets and stamped the greeting from Tea Shoppe in Soft Suede. I stamped a tea cup from the same set in Pool Party on Very Vanilla and cut it out. This is glued to the corner of the tag and the tag is popped up on the card. Then I punched a flower out of Daffodil Delight using the itty bitty shapes punch pack, glued it to the tea cup and then added a pearl. 

Be sure to click 'here' to see what Jennifer did with her sketch. Click your way through the blog tour to see what all the designers did with this sketch. I hope you get inspired to play along with us this week! Be sure to upload your project to the Sketch Frenzy Friday blog. Thanks for stopping by and have a super day!

Card Recipe: Stamps- Tea Shoppe; Paper- Very Vanilla, Pool Party, Daffodil Delight; Ink- Pool Party, Soft Suede; Accessories- Vintage Wallpaper embossing folder, lots of tags sizzlets, dotted ribbon scallop punch, itty bitty shapes punch pack, pearl, dimensionals


  1. Deb what a beautiful card! I love the crisp white feel of it. Beautiful!

  2. Love your card. Tea cups are popular today as I used one on my card too. Love the embossing.

  3. Just a touch of the blue and it was set. You are really good at CAS my friend!

  4. This is just adorable!!! I might recommend photographing light/white cards on a dark background. You'll find the contrast easier to work with.

  5. Beautiful card! So simple but so elegant.

  6. What a stunning CAS card! I have seen so many wonderful cards made with the new tea set! Fabulous!