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Friday, 20 September 2013

A Sketchy Sketch Birthday Card!

I seriously can't believe I have not used this stamp set before today!  I have avoided it as it is what I call "Too Scritchy Scratchy" or in normal words it is a sketched style of stamp.  I had a left over (we call them rejects here) piece of water coloured cake from my last gift card & thought...what the hell lets try & use it.

I have always wanted to join in a Sketch challenge & figured why not have a crack at the Paper Craft Crew Sketch Challenge 59.  (Seriously can I say Sketch one more time?...I think I might.)  So for my 1st ever challenge entry I chose some bright & fun colours with the Birthday Basics DSP.

Here is the sketch:

Here is my card! I turned the sketch on it's side for something different because that's how I roll ;)   



 You can see I used the Petite Curly Label punch & layered them on the 1" Square punch.  That is the 1st time I have used that punch since Sale-A-Bration so go me for using it again!

Sketched Birthday Inside

Stamp Sets:  Simply Sketched (130426)
Paper:  Raspberry Ripple (127545), Very Vanilla (106550), Bermuda Bay (131286), Gumball Green (127543), Summer Starfruit (127542), Water Colour Paper (122959),  Birthday Basics DSP (130145)
Ink:  Bermuda Bay (131171), Blushing Bride (131172), Summer Starfruit (126991), Raspberry Ripple (126859), So Saffron Marker (131263).
Cool Tools: Circle Collection Framelits(130911), Bitty Banners Framelits (129267), 2 3/8" Scallop Circle Punch (118874), new Bermuda Bay 1/8" Taffeta Ribbon (131206), 1" Square Punch (124094), Petite Curly Label Punch (129405), Perfect Polka Dots EF (117335), Bigshot (113439), Dimensionals (104430).   

Thanks For Looking,

TRICIA  


2 comments:

  1. Such a bright and happy Birthday Card Tricia. So glad you got to use it. It's perfect for this week's challenge. Thanks so much for joining us at the Paper Craft Crew. Carolyn

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  2. that's a lovely card, funny isn't it how you can have a stamp set for so long and not get round to using it!

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