Good Thursday morning!
It's that time of the week again! Time for our Thursday Sketch Challenge…I hope you will play along this week! And
how about a PRIZE???? See below the sketch for details! Plus, you'll
get the sample card too, because you really can't have enough cards
Here are the details:
Anyone can enter, the more the merrier!! For each sample that you create, and you post either on your blog or on Splitcoast and you link back to this post, you will receive one entry into the drawing. ***If
you do not have a working link back to this post either on your blog or
on SCS, you will not be entered in the drawing and your entry will be
removed from the comments section of my blog.
If you're posting to Splitcoast, you can use the keyword SPGSC27,
then everyone can search for all entries at once! (stands for Stamps,
Paper, Glitter Sketch Challenge 27)…the number at the end will change
This challenge will remain open until next Wednesday night at 8 pm,
and the winner will be drawn that night.
Here's the sketch:
And here's my sample:
This is a very simple layout, and so versatile too! Just change up the patterns and textures and you've got many possibilities! This is one of the cards the girls made at my downline meeting last night. A downline meeting is when a bunch of demonstrators in my group all get together to chat and stamp and it's one of the highlights of the month for me!
I used the NEW embossing folder that will be available Sept. 1 in the Holiday Mini, called Petals-A-Plenty, along with the most gorgeous holiday paper called Christmas Cocoa Specialty…some of the paper in this package has got a little metallic touch to it, and some of it is even flocked!! Beautiful! The stamp set is called Christmas Classics (p. 33) and of course there's glitter on the ornament, plus on the little centers of the poinsettias for an added touch.
Okay, onto the PRIZE…you know you want to start your holiday cards don't you!??!? So enter this sketch challenge and you may win the awesome new stamp called Dasher (p. 208)!
Thanks for stopping by, and I can't wait to see what you come up with!