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!


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!

Eveline said...

Great 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!