Sunday, March 14, 2010

A Sketch Challenge Birthday

I made this card this morning using Taylor's sketch for the week.  You can find the challenge here.  I plan on making another card with it soon, using patterned paper.  I think it's a great sketch!

The embossing is all done with Cuttlebug folders - a full sized one, two border ones, and a small one.  The scalloped border is done with a Stampin' Up! punch.  I also used my Scor-Pal on the punched border piece and the embossed border piece.  I added just a very thing strip of white on the border, also.  The white cardstock is mostly PTI and the colored is also from Papertrey, called Aqua Mist.  I'm not sure where the flower came from, but I think it's a Prima I got from Kim Hughes once upon a time and the button is from PTI.  The sentiment is from PTI's Birthday Basics set.

Thanks so much for looking, and I hope you'll come back and visit again soon!


Harriet Skelly said...

Oh Lynette this is a beauty! I have to case this!

Sheri said...

WOW! This is sure a pretty card!

Heartwarmers from Vicki said...

What a great idea for the small folders! Definitely one to case!

Chookarooni said...

Lovely, lovely card Lynette

Anonymous said...

I love the card and certainly plan to case it!

Robin Kirkpatrick said...

Beautiful card, Lynette! Love the white and aqua combo. Aqua seems to be the 'in' color lately - I've seen several cards with it lately and have one of my own to post this week! Hope you're having a nice weekend!

Sue Nelson said...

There you go again!
LOVE this one too

Leigh said...

Lovely. So clean and fresh.

asela said...


Suzie said...

Ah, another comment from the Heart Prints Queen. When I saw this card, that is the first thought I had. Sue is going to LOVE this card!!!
And, by the way, Lynette, I LOVE this card, too!!! You did such a fantastic job!!!


Irene said...

Hello Lynette

wow this is just gorgeous and beautiful. Your colours are fabulous and I love the Mint green.


Barb said...

Unbelievable!! Oh, I just love this so much! Love the way you use texture, white and a touch of color. That's why I am so in awe of your work!