Walk in Sunshine

Today's card was made with one particular challenge in mind.
A sketch challenge at As You See It

This is a great sketch with so many possibilities!

Here you can see the inside of the card too. This is something I need to 
do more of - I think it helps to take a card up a notch and finish it off. Also I
think it would have been great to do a little stamping on the envelope - next time
as this one is already on it's way to someone.

card stock: lost lagoon, whisper white
stamp set: kind eclectic, something to celebrate, gorgeous grunge
ink: lost lagoon, hello honey, cherry cobbler
the tag: had it for years - sorry don't know who made it
embellishments: sequins (craft medley), basic pearls,
    daffodil delight 1/4" stitched grosgrain ribbon
Happy Stampin'
and thanks so much for visiting!


Darnell said…
Doing the inside of this card is particularly effective, Susangail, because of the rays peaking out behind your marvelous tag on the front! I love this design!! Hugs, Darnell
Amy Jasper said…
Love what you did with the sketch. The sponging and the use of different colours for your sentiment really make this card pop. Thanks for sharing it with us at the As You See It Challenge blog. Be sure to play along again!
Amanda said…
Such a great idea to use a tag across the card! Great texture and colours! Thanks for playing with us at AYSI!
Heather Cooper said…
I love the inside and outside of your design, Susan! The collage stamping is really skillful and I like the colours that you chose! Thanks for playing with us this week at As You See It Challenges!
Unknown said…
Beautiful!! Love the grunge/collage feel to your card! It makes me happy just looking at it! Thanks for playing with us at ASYI!
Thanks so much for playing along with us at AYSI Challenges, Susan! I LOVE your card, especially how the elements in the background combine together! I hope you'll join us again this week!
Lisa said…
Wonderful job... Love how you see it ;)
Unknown said…
Ooh - I love the "scrunginess" of this card - divine!! Your use of white space is very striking! Thanks for playing with the As You See It Challenge this week!