Friday, January 25, 2013

SFF 012513

Good morning, Friends! I'm so glad it's Friday! And it's time for another great sketch from the Sketch Frenzy Friday team! This week's sketch was created by Kim Innis. Take a look!

I was a total rebel with this one. I started out creating my card just like the sketch but then I found I needed to rotate the card. Here's how it turned out!

All of the elements of the sketch are still there, just rotated. I punched a strip of Raspberry Ripple card stock using the dotted ribbon scallop punch and adhered it to a piece of Print Poetry designer paper. This is adhered to a piece of Very Vanilla. I stamped the greeting from Tea Shoppe in Raspberry Ripple. A piece of Very Vanilla seam binding ribbon is tied around this and then the panel is popped up onto a card base of Very Vanilla. The tea cup is stamped in Summer Starfruit onto Very Vanilla and cut out. This is popped up onto the card. It's kind of hard to tell but I did add a few pearls to the flower centers. 

I hope that you visit the Sketch Frenzy Friday page to see what the other designers did with this sketch! I know you will be inspired to play along with us this week! We always love to see what you do with our sketches! Thanks so much for stopping by and have a super day!

Card Recipe: Stamps- Tea Shoppe; Paper- Very Vanilla, Raspberry Ripple, Print Poetry designer paper; Ink- Raspberry Ripple, Summer Starfruit; Accessories- Very Vanilla seam binding ribbon, dotted ribbon scallop punch, pearls, dimensionals 


  1. Love this! Very cheerful colors

  2. Deb, what a beautiful card! I just adore that tea cup stamp set. And I love the rebel in you, for rotating the sketch. I think it helps inspire our followers to embrace their creative spirit.
    Have a great weekend. I hope you get some time to craft. :)

  3. Love your card, Deb! I need to dig out my Tea Shoppe stamp set and create!

  4. This is such a fun card! Great idea to turn it and use the cup. Very Cute you Rebel you! I really have to get out of the box I have been in lately too! Thanks for the inspiration.

  5. Haven't used my teacup stamp in a while and you've inspired me to get it out and create. Just love what you did with the sketch