Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Make a Wish

Talk about priorities! I should be getting ready for work but
instead I had an idea for a card and I HAD to make it. What I
learned from this is I can get ready for work really fast!

This card is for the current sketch challenge at SugarPea Designs.
You should definitely check it out and while you're there - check out
the blog and the store - there is some top notch talent over there!




Now, I don't know the name of the stamp set I used. It's from
the last Stamp of Approval collection. SugarPea Designs teamed
up with Catherine Pooler for this one and it comes with a 
coordinating die set. I've been calling it the Topsy Turvy Stamp set 
because of the cake. Click here to see a card made with the cake
pieces.
The background is sponged using the Harleen stencil by Winnie &
Walter which was part of the same SOA Collection.



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supplies
from Stampin' Up! unless noted
card stock: whisper white, night of navy, crumb cake
stamp set: 'Topsy Turvey' (SugarPea Designs)
ink: night of navy, wild wasabi, tip top taupe, crumb cake
stencil: Harleen (Winnie & Walter)
punch: 1 1/4" square
fun foam (Michaels)

5 comments:

  1. Hi Susan! How are you!? I love that you came and joined us at SPD and thank you for your sweet words! Your clean and graphic birthday card really used the sketch perfectly!! Hugs!

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    1. Thank you Lesley! I really appreciate your comments. I had such fun with this challenge - it encouraged me to use the smaller stamps in ways I never would have thought to.

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    2. Thank you Lesley! I really appreciate your comments. I had such fun with this challenge - it encouraged me to use the smaller stamps in ways I never would have thought to.

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  2. Oooh I love the soft stenciling and the perfectly placed images in the boxes! Great Birthday card!!

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