Can’t believe it is the middle of June and finally it is going to be warm today! It may be a good afternoon to stay inside scrap ;). Here is this month’s card sketch followed by my take, as always you have until the end of the month to link up at Stick It Down.
I am happy to say I will be continuing on the Design Team at Stick It Down for another term. Each month there is a card sketch, single page sketch and a double page layout to choose from. Be sure to check us out each month!
Hi! You have another week or so to link up with Stick It Down. Here is the May card sketch along with my take on the sketch. There are lots of ways to use this sketch as you can see on the SID blog. Can’t wait to see what you create.
I had a few scraps laying around from another card I made and decided to put them to good use. I used Sketch N Scrap‘s card sketch to make another sweet card using Doodlebug’s Cream and Sugar line.
I had the chance this weekend to play along with Sketch N Scrap’s April 1st sketch. We were a bit late in the day to catch the tour but it was still fun to see Hemingway’s home and grounds while we were in Key West over spring break. Here’s the sketch followed by layout.
Hello! I used another fun sketch from the talented Laura Whitaker along with a free cut file from Paper Issues to create this layout of my daughter and I heading off on our big spring break adventure. And of course, Amy Tangerine’s On a Whim was the perfect line for a trip to Florida!
Here is the sketch followed by my layout. Have a good one!
Time for another fun sketch over at Stick It Down. My Sketch Raniculus from Simon Says are still my favorite go to stamps along with Zig watercolor markers. As always you have until the end of the month to link up.