Thursday, May 3, 2012

Sketch Frenzy Friday 5/4/12

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

Welcome to our SFF Mini Blog Hop. Today we have a really cool sketch by Kim Innis. As you can see it is a fun layout! The 3 banners made me feel very cheery! I had a ball making my card, but first here is Kim's sketch.

I pretty much followed this sketch with the only exception I added a bow with Lucky Lemonade Bakers Twine instead of ribbon.
Here is my card. I cut around a SU Large Paper Doily just enough to show the center flower of the Die to sort of act as a background to my focal image flower. I really like personalizing the Doily Die Cuts. There are so many possibilities with them. The embossed images gave this card great texture.
Now a look at the inside. 
I left it blank because I wanted this particular card to be used as a note card.
I hate to see this DSP go but as they say "Out with the old in with the new". Right!
I finally replaced my Ott Light Bulb and boy what a difference this light makes on a photo.

Your next stop on our little blog hop is to visit Robbie Rubula. I can not wait to see what she comes up with for this weeks sketch
We would love to see what you come up with Kim's sketch, so please upload it to our blog here;

I hope you find some time to create something fun too. Have a wonderful weekend I hope to chat more again real soon.


Carey said...

I love your treatment of this. Great colors and textures are all over this puppy. Fantastic job.

Carey and Roscoe

Deb said...

Beautiful, Patrice! I love the colors! Seems like a few of us had scrunched flowers on the brain for this sketch - lol!! Love how the doily peeks out from under the flower, too. And the inside is just as pretty!

Craftystamper said...

Great minds do think alike. Yours is a wonderful card, full of surprises and texture.

Ann Schach said...

Wow! This is so beautiful, Patrice! I love the texture and the flower! Your cards are always so creative!

inkedx2 said...

Great card! Lots of layers and interesting elements.