Sunday, April 19, 2009


A True Friend
Designer: Keri Lee Sereika
***Cardstock: Frosted Teal, Iced Teal, Intense Kiwi, Classic Orange Prismatics; Simply Smooth White - Prism Papers
Stamps: Medallions and Motifs, Everything Birthdays - Renaissance By Design
Ink: Blackbird & Tangerine Fluid Chalk Ink - Clearsnap
***Crystals: 4mm Crystalina Carribean Collection & Professional Touch Hot Fix Applicator - Kandi Corp
Ribbon: May Arts

You Are My Super Star
Designer: Kandis Smith
patterned paper: Me and My Big Ideas, Sassafrasslass, Diecuts with a View
spinner and arrows: K&Co.
star: Maya Road
gems: Darice
ribbon: Micheals
button: Dress it up!
***stamps: Hero Arts
ink: Ranger

designer- Charity Hassel
cardstock- Bazzill
patterned paper- Lilly Bee, Sassafras, Pink Paislee.
chipboard, rubon, letter stickers, brads- Pink Paislee.
pearls- Prima
ribbon- American Crafts.

Bundle of Joy
Designer: Debbie Olson
Stamps: Mixed Messages (PaperTrey Ink)
Cardstock: Vintage Cream (PaperTrey Ink); Kiwi Kiss (Stampin' Up)
Paper: Girl Friday by Cosmo Cricket (Thursday and Girl Friday Elements)
Accessories: Vintage Sweet Blush and Aqua Mist buttons (PaperTrey Ink); orange buttons (Buttons Galore); Aqua Mist stitched Grosgrain (PaperTrey Ink)
Tools: Provocraft Tiny Tags die, Carl and Marvy corner rounders

We can't wait to see your version of this week's sketch. To share your design you can click on this week's sketch image in the side bar. This will take you directly to the post where you can add your link. Please use a direct link to your card so the readers can easily find it.


Eveline said...

What a fun new sketch. Let's see if I can come up with something this week.

Nancy Sanders said...

ADORABLE, I just love your card. I have that paper in my stash and now I want to dig it out.

Patricia said...

Hi there,

Thanx for sharing all your gorgeous cards!! I've made one by myself and did a little lift of debbie olson.

You can find hem on my blog
This is the link:

Tinker and JingeBear's Mom said...

I really enjoyed this challenge. Here's my work: