Thursday, February 2, 2012

It's Sketch Frenzy Friday!!!!

Hello to all my blogging friends. I hope this post finds you all well and happy!

Yes, it is Friday already! And that means another amazing SFF Mini Blog Hop. Boy oh boy do we have a great sketch for you all this week. Deb Currier designed this one for us. There are so many facets to this little sketch which made it very fun to work with!
 Don't over look the light patterned paper behind the focal image and the bow. (hint, hint) I almost did, hehe.

Here is what I came up with.
I wanted to make a bright and Cheery card for you so I used big bold bright colors! I used the Textured Impression Tulips Embossing Folder and the Lattice Impression Folders on this card. I also used a new  Sale-A-Bration Stamp Set called Sprinkled Expressions for the flowered focal image.

Here is a peek at the inside. I carried over the Tulip Impression Folder on to the inside border of the card and made a duplicate stamped image to tie it all together.
I hope you enjoy today's sketch challenge. We would love to see what you come up with, so please feel free to upload it on to our web page so we can all enjoy your creation. http://sketchfrenzyfriday.blogspot.com/
Now it is time to visit the uber talented Robbie Rubula's blog. She always does such a great job with our sketches.
http://inkedx2.blogspot.com

That's all for today so far... I am working on the special tutorial that I mentioned earlier. Hopefully, I will get it done by this weekend! So much to do so little time lolol.
Have a great weekend and I hope you find some time to create!
Patrice


6 comments:

Deb said...

What a super fun card! Love the bright colors! This card does make me smile!! Great job!

Sharon said...

What a fun and colorful card!

Carey said...

Great job and I love all the colors together. It almost looks like a summer day.

Carey and Roscoe (who says hi Auntie Patrice)

inkedx2 said...

Love all the textures on your card.

Craftystamper said...

Definitely bright and bold. Love it.

Ann Schach said...

I love the colors, Patrice! Great idea to add texture to the inside!