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.
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.
Happy December! Its hard to believe its almost Christmas. Looking forward to the the holiday and some time off! Here is December’s card sketch for Stick It Down. I still love using my Lawn Fawn birds for this time of year. As always you have until the end of the month to link up.
Happy October! Its time for another fun card sketch from Stick It Down. One can never have too many birthday cards. We have five family members with birthdays in the month of October alone! As always there is a single page layout, double page layout, and the card sketch to play along with – you have until the end of the month to play along.
In honor of World Card Making day (yesterday) I was able to make a few cards between the normal weekend business. And of course my daughter joined it. We both used the sketches from Jillibean Soup who had posted a color challenge along with two sketch challenges. Here are our cards, hope everyone is having a good weekend.
Good morning! It’s time to see the rest of the cards the team made for the month. I don’t know about you but I can always use more birthday cards. As always you have until the end the end of the month to complete this sketch or the other two scrapbook layouts. Have a great week! Here is the sketch followed by my card.
Simon Says Challenge Blog is hosting a kid’s challenge this month. This year’s challenge is anything goes with glitter. We had two of my daughter’s friends over and they were happy to play in the “deserted” pile of die cuts and stamped images that my daughter and I had not had the opportunity to use. My daughter had previously colored the die cut animals with Copic markers and colored pencils and Gamsol. She also had fun showing her friends how to use my Cuttelbug. Some sequins, glitter card stock, and distressed glitter was used. Not sure how well the photos will show them but they are there!