Friday, November 16, 2012

SFF 111612

Good morning everyone! Yea!! It's Friday! And Sketch Frenzy Friday has a new sketch to play along with this week! This week's sketch was created by me! Take a look!

And here's my card!

For my card I stamped the jar from Perfectly Preserved in Early Espresso onto a piece of Very Vanilla then cut it out using the Cannery framelits dies. I adhered this to a strip of Early Espresso that was flagged at the bottom. This is adhered to a card base of Crumb Cake which has a piece of Orchard Harvest designer paper. Then I stamped the lid in Raspberry Ripple and cut it out. I wrapped some linen thread around the lid before popping it up onto the jar. I punched a piece of vellum using the oval scallop and then pierced an oval using the paper piercing essentials pack. I stamped the greeting in Early Espresso onto Very Vanilla and cut it out I popped this up onto the vellum piece and then popped up the vellum piece onto the jar. Finally I added an Early Espresso button with some linen thread. 

For more inspiration be sure to visit the Sketch Frenzy Friday blog! You can see all the designers' creations there and click on each name to be taken to their sites. I hope you will be able to find some time to play along with us this week! We always love to see what you do with our sketches! Thanks for stopping by and have a super day!

Card Recipe: Stamps- Perfectly Preserved; Paper- Crumb Cake, Early Espresso, Very Vanilla, Vellum, Orchard Harvest designer paper; Ink- Raspberry Ripple, Early Espresso; Accessories- Cannery framelits dies, linen thread, neutrals buttons, scallop oval punch, paper piercing essentials pack, dimensionals


  1. Great card--love the vellum!!

  2. Deb, first I have to tell you that it was so much fun working with this sketch. I just loved it. And second, what a fabulous card you created with the perfectly preserved stamp set. I just love that jar! and I love how you decorated the lid and created such a lovely tag with the vellum piece. I hope you have a wonderful holiday this week. Be safe. hugs, sharon w.