Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Paper Craft Crew Sketch Challenge: See Ya Later

Today's the day, we're supposed to see some more snow, so we'll see what happens, it's time to just enjoy every moment.  Since this is the last week of Sale-a-bration I decided to showcase the fabulous SAB Freebies since I love them and hope you're able to take advantage of this great sale. Today I decided to play along with the Paper Craft Crew sketch challenge and had lots of fun with the See Ya Later stamp set (that little alligator is way cute!!!)  The cardbase is Daffodil Delight and I added a layer of Basic Black and Gumball Green cardstock that was embossed with the Big Shot and the Decorative Dots Embossing Folder (it kind of reminds me of scales on the alligator).  The DSP flag is from the Watercolor Wonder Designer Series Paper package and I added a little flag with a piece of Basic Black Chevron Ribbon.
The main stamped image is from the See Ya Later stamp set and I used Stampin' Write Markers to color in the stamp before stamping on Whisper White cardstock.  This piece if matted with Daffodil Delight cardstock. I also added a little piece of Paper Doily along the bottom of the cardstock.  The final touch was adding a Basic Black Button that has a bow tied with Whisper White Baker's Twine
This is such a cute card and I can't wait to use this card to let someone know I miss them and am thinking of them, this little cutie will sure to make someone smile and cheer up!  This is a great sketch that can be used for lots of projects down the road, it would also be great for a scrapbook page.
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  1. I LOVE this card! The colors are so vibrant--and I always appreciate using black to make the colors POP!! Super Cute!

  2. What a fun card. I love the colors. Thanks for playing along at PCC.

  3. Gorgeous card! The colors are so bright and fun. I do love this Sale-A-Bration set and this is one of my favorite stamps since my son & I say it to each other all the time (so cute coming from a 4 year old!). Also, congratulations on being selected as a Featured Artisan.

    1. Thanks Pam! It's cute that you and your son use that saying, great stamp to scrap that memory so you can remember it.


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