Thursday, May 07, 2009

Card Sketch Night: A Touch of Pink

While trying to use up some scraps from my previous post (which was made with a kit from Scarlet Lime that I won in a random drawing at Got Sketch? --thanks Valerie!), I fell in love with the paper combination used tonight. I made one card with it and decided to keep going. And before I knew it... three cards were finished (thanks to some great sketches!)

The Sweetest Thing is a blog that I just found with fun card sketches. Here is my take on this week's Sweet Sunday Sketch Challenge #16. What I like about this sketch is Karen's challenge to keep the sentiment inside our frame. I kept wanting to put it elsewhere-- so that reminder helped keep me on task.


I loved making this card for Laura's sketch 25 this week at 2 Sketches 4 You. It is a unique sketch that makes a beautiful card. Stop by their blog to check out all of the great cards from their players this week. 


And lastly, here is my take on Card Patterns Sketch #13 for the week. I swapped out the star for a soft dainty bow (last week was more stars than I could handle with Kazan's sketch for 2 Sketches 4 You:) The touch of pink is much more subtle here than on the others. Can you find it?



Patterned papers are from Basic Grey (euphoria) and Making Memories (Noteworthy/Addie). The green dot print is actually the packaging from Meming Memories clear stamps. Stamp are from Basic Grey and Tinkering Ink.

Thanks for visiting!
Windy

6 comments:

Marie said...

All of your cards are fabulous. I especially like the one you made with the CP sketch. Great job and nice use of your papers and different textures. Thanks for joining us!

whoistracy said...

Oh I just love your style! What great takes on all of these sketches. I'm not a purple fan but you've really made it work in these.

Thanks for playing along with us on CP.

Laura Davis said...

Beautiful card Windy! I love your blog, it's so clean and pretty!
Laura

Eveline said...

Great cards.
Eveline.

cheryln said...

lovely cards!

Karen Giron said...

you have been busy! I love all your cards, they are beautiful! Great job on the SSSC - love the border you used, it's stunning!