Sketch Frenzy Friday 050611

Friday! You all know that means another Sketch Frenzy Friday challenge and Mini Tour. Here is my card creation

based on this sketch brought to us this week by Sharon Field.

My card base is Rich Razzleberry. A background of Whisper White was stamped with the Flower Fest set in Rich Razzleberry, Tempting Turquoise and Pear Pizzazz. After stamping I textured it in the Big Shot with the Perfect Polka Dots embossing folder and sponged with edge with Rich Razzleberry. Before attaching, I knotted a Rich Razzleberry satin ribbon around the bottom. The circle with the sentiment was cut with the 3" die in the Big Shot. The sentiment if from Happy Greetings and was stamped in Rich Razzleberry. Three punch flowers and a butterfly were attached with dimensionals to accent the circle.

The scanned card looks pretty busy but it isn't so bad in real life. The dimension of the flowers and butterfly break it up.

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SU! Catalog Items used: 122280 Flower Fest Clear (122278 Wood) * 123311 Happy Greetings Wood (123313 Clear) * 115316 Rich Razzleberry Card Stock * 100730 Whisper White Card Stock * 115658 Rich Razzleberry Classic Ink * 100814 Tempting Turquoise Classic Ink * 119784 Pear Pizzazz Classic Ink * 119752 Rich Razzleberry Satin Ribbon * 101610 Stamping Sponges * 104430 Stampin' Dimensionals * 119880 5-Petal Flower Punch * 119848 Butterfly Punch * 119860 1-3/8" Circle Punch * 113439 Big Shot * 122125 3" Circle Die * 117335 Perfect Polka Dots folder


Tammy Fite said...

Love the bright colors!!!

Deb said...

Great card! I was wanting to use these colors together but wasn't sure how they would look. So thanks for showing me how gret they do look!!

inkedx2 said...

Very cute! Love how the sentiment is the focal point. Love that sentiment also.


Patrice Herrera said...

Your card is amazing. I love the color combination and the use of the DSP and the sentiment too!

Holly / InkPaperStamps said...

Fun, fun, fun!