Thursday, March 19, 2015

Kind & Cozy

It's Thursday again and time for another great Create with Connie and Mary Challenge... #347!!  Today it's a fun and easy sketch so let's get right to it!

I chose two prints from the Flowerpot Designer Series Paper plus Calypso Coral cardstock for the color scheme of the card.  The sentiment stamp was colored with markers, stamped then punched out with the Decorative Label Punch.  A piece of Night of Navy was also punched  to layer behind the sentiment.  A Crushed Curry heart decorates the sentiment.

Stamps:  Kind and Cozy
Inks:  Markers:  Lost Lagoon, Crushed Curry, Tangerine Tango, Garden Green
Paper:  Flowerpot Designer Series Paper; Calypso Coral, Night of Navy, Whisper White, Crushed Curry cardstock.
Accessories:  Heart Punch (from Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack), Decorative Label Punch

Here is the sketch for this week's Create with Connie and Mary Challenge

If you viewed Create with Connie and Mary's Challenge blog, you would see that each talented Challenge Team Designer has a different take on the sketch.  We would love to see what you do with this sketch, so jump over to the CCMC blog to find the guidelines and create your card for the challenge!  Can't wait to see your creations!!

Thanks for stopping by this week!  Happy Stamping!



Lisa Martz said...

I am always glad to see samples using this confuses me! I can't seem to find a good match of two designs to put together. You have succeeded! Great simple card!

Lisa Young said...

So pretty! Love how you layered the 2 pieces of designer series paper and made the sentiment your focal point.

Connie Babbert said...

I, too, love the layered sentiment done in multi-colors! So pretty! Great take on the sketch challenge this week!

Jenny Engelke said...

What a wonderful idea to pair that sentiment with that DSP! How striking!

Alison Barclay said...

This is such a pretty card...the layers are gorgeous and I love how you stamped the sentiment. That little heart is lovely too. :)

Chris Slogar said...

This is such a cheerful card and I like that the sentiment really pops. I love to see coordinating dsp together, and these two patterns are really great layered!

Bridgette J said...

Chris said it perfectly, cheerful is the first word that came to my mind when I saw this card! Very pretty! :)

Joanne James said...

I love the way your sentiment is coloured to match your background flower patterned paper. This card is so perfect for spring!

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