Sketch Frenzy Friday 101411

Happy Friday all! Hope you've had a GREAT week and an even better weekend on tap! Crazy times here, but that's OK! Looking forward to Open Houses this weekend and seeing all my stampers!!

Friday means another Sketch Frenzy Friday challenge and tour! Here is my card

based on this sketch by Sharon Wheet.

My card base is Textured Soft Suede card stock, with the accent layers of Spice Cake DSP. On the square (striped) pieced I added 3 gold brads to the top left, and on the rectangle I added a saying top left. My "any shape" are two leaves from the Gently Falling set. I stamped the inside using the Baby Wipe technique with Soft Suede, More Mustard and Pool Party. The outline is stamped over in Soft Suede. Cut out, curled, and attached with dimensionals. Quick and easy!! Had to be as I have tons of things on my to do list today!!

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SU! Catalog Items used: 122650 Delightful Dozen * 123804 Gently Falling Clear * 121078 Neutrals Textured Card Stock * 100946 More Mustard Card Stock * 122924 Pool Party Card Stock * 124003 Spice Cake DSP * 101650 Very Vanilla Card Stock * 115663 Soft Suede Classic Refill * 115657 Soft Suede Classic Ink * 101962 More Mustard Classic Refill * 122933 Pool Party Classic Refill * 104337 Gold Brads * 116631 Paper Piercing Tool * 105826 Mat Pack * 104430 Stampin' Dimensionals


Deb said...

Pretty card! I love how you stamped the solid part of the leaves with the different colors! Great job!

inkedx2 said...

Pretty card! Love the Spice cake papers you chose.

Sharon Wheet said...

I am a big fan of stamping on pattern paper, and your card is the perfect example as to why! LOve how you used the spice cake dsp.

Patrice H said...

What a great card, I love every element and all tour attention to detail. Humm stamping on dsp? Ive never really done too much of that but I really like what you did. I'll have to try that.