Thursday, January 03, 2013

CCMC Thursday Challenge 233

Good Morning, Stampers!

This week's Create with Connie and Mary's Thursday Challenge is a fun sketch! I thought I would challenge myself even more by turning the sketch just a bit.

My card today features some sneak peek items from the new 
Spring Catalog that goes live today!

All of the designer papers used are from the Print Poetry paper pack on page 16. You get 48  4 1/2 x 6 1/2" double-sided papers in the stack. The simple sentiment comes from the stamp set Essentials on page 22. It is stamped in Midnight Muse ink. The Flower Garden embossing folder is embossed on Marina Mist cardstock. The final touch is the 5/8" flower trim from page 5. I love the vintage dimensional look of the flowers!

Stamps: Essentials
Ink: Midnight Muse
Paper: Marina Mist, Print Poetry
Accessories: Flower Garden embossing folder, 5/8" flower trim

Be sure to check out all of the Designers' creations this week! While you are there, be sure to subscribe to the NEW Spring Edition of Create with Connie and Mary! Check out what is all included - you won't want to miss a single project!

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  • Session begins January 20
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Happy Stampin'!


Deb said...

Love how you interpreted the sketch! What a clever way to use the three strips! And those little flowers are great embellishments!!

Karren said...

Such a clever way to interpret the sketch. This is a lovely card.

Debbie Henderson said...

I finally dug out these flowers this morning to play with. What fun! You did a great job with the sketch challenge, love the flags!

Narelle Farrugia said...

Oh so pretty - I love the sneak peaks and can't wait to get my hands on them - especially those flowers (I'm in love!)

Lisa said...

I struggled with this sketch thinking I had to put an image in the three panels. I love how you used DSP strips! How clever and why didn't I think of that? Cute card!