Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Getting Sketchie Early

Thanks to a very early post, I have my SCS Sketch Challenge card done and posted.  Wow!!!
I used this sweetheart of an image (and sentiment) from an acrylic set by Penny Black.  (I know I've said this before, but if you want a reputable place to buy Penny Black stamps, click on the PB Stamps icon in my sidebar.  I have nothing to gain from saying this....I am just a very satisfied customer and thought I'd give a shout out for this company). 

This sketch was very easy to work with....will have to keep it in mind.  I used to avoid square cards because it was hard to get envelopes, but I finally bit the bullet and bought a bunch of them online.  So now you will see more square cards.

Well..not much to say about the creative process...you can pretty much see what I did for this one.  A pretty easy creation.

Wishing you a great day tomorrow (or today...if you are reading this on Wednesday).  Here in CT we are facing a cold front, rain, and possibly thunder/lightning.....YUCK!!!  Luckily I only have swimming on the agenda and then some play time in the stampcave.

7 comments:

Cindy Haffner said...

Ohhh Joanne what a cutie!!

StampOwl said...

oh this is adorable, love the color combo too

Traci M said...

This is so festive in pink and blue...and there is something so sweet and simple about colored Christmas bulbs on a tree, just brings back wonderful memories!! Thanks for sharing this sweetie, Joanne!

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

Oh so so adorable. Great colors and she must makes me smile.

Emily Keaton said...

What an adorable card, Joanne! I just love how you used the pink and turquoise in this creation. This is so happy. :)

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

OOOH! This is ADORABLE Joanne! LOVE this image, your coloring and the layout!!!

Benzi said...

Beautiful, Joanne! I love those yummy colors you used together. I never used to make square cards either until someone, I think Lois, gave us a challenge to do a square card and I've loved them since.