Sunday, May 3, 2015

CYCI 68 Sketch Challenge

Hello and Happy Sunday!  I hope you've have a nice weekend!  I had a nice relaxing Saturday and by the looks of things, Sunday will be a pretty chilled day too!  I have a card class planned for next Saturday so I will need to work on my cards for that at some point this week, just not sure if that is happening today! lol 

This week over at Can You Case It? we have a Sketch Challenge for you.  I really love sketch challenges.  It is so nice to have a starting point and to make it your own.  For this sketch I decided to turn the sketch on it's side for my card.

I started with a 8 1/2" x 5 1/2" piece of Basic Gray Cardstock scored at 4 1/4" for my card base.  I layered on a piece of  the Moonlight DSP that I ran through my Big Shot with a Lil' Inker's Stitched Rectangles Die.  I heat embossing the "Sunshine" sentiment from the Feel Goods Stamp Set with Crushed Curry Embossing Powder onto Whisper White card stock. I then ran that through the Big Shot with a smaller Stitched Rectangle Die and layered that on the larger Rectangle.   I stamped a flower from the Crazy about You stamp set in Crushed Curry and punched out with the coordinating Scallop Circle Die.  I stamped two flowers from the Flower Patch Set, one in Cherry Cobbler and one in Smoky Slate and cut them out with the Flower Patch Framelits.  I glued down the Scallop Flower with Tombo and popped up the Cherry Cobbler flower with a dimensional.  The Smoky Slate flower was glued down at the base of the flower only.  I used some Doodlebug Mini Pearls in the centers of the two flowers layered on top.

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you'll be sure to check out all of the cards that the Design Team has for you this week!

Blessings,  Tina

Here are the Stampin' Up Products I Used:

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The Non-Stampin' Up Products Used:  Lil' Inkers Stitched Rectangle Dies, Doodlebug Mini Pearls


  1. Great card Tina! I love those stitched rectangle dies. Have them myself :)

    1. Thanks Jodi! I love the stitched rectangles too! :)