Saturday, 17 May 2014

Crazy 4 Challenges Sketch Challenge #236

Good morning friends!


It's Saturday, and that means a new challenge at the Crazy 4 Challenge blog! This week is a sketch challenge ...


I tried adding various items to the yellow strip but nothing seemed to look good. So instead of adding three embellishments as shown in the sketch, I embossed 3 banners on it. As I was tidying up I saw the little banner piece sitting on my stamping area. I tried it across the upper corner and immediately liked it so ... on it went. Even though it isn't really part of the sketch.

 

I used the A2 Pop 'n Cut base with the Sassy Label insert to set the stage for this happy little scene.


The hot air balloon stamp & die set is new, and I couldn't wait to colour in those balloons. I am going to have SO much fun with these!


I'm not sure what I'm doing with this card yet. It may end up going to Seniors Secret Service, or I might use it for our son's birthday. For now, it's on my dining room hutch where it makes me smile when I walk by.

Make sure and check out the rest of the Crazies Design Team and their sketch inspiration. We'd love you to play along and add your project to the links.

Supplies used:
A2 Pop n Cut Base with the Sassy Label Insert - Karen Burniston (Sizzix)
Hot Air Balloon stamps and dies - Lawn Fawn
Cloud dies - Sizzix
Blue card stock - Papertrey Ink
White card stock
Yellow card stock - Stampin' Up
Orange card stock - Stampin' Up
Banner embossing folder - Karen Burniston (Sizzix)
Arrows embossing folder - Stampin' Up
Cloud embossing folder - Darice
White pigment ink - Colorbox
Copic Markers
Momento Tuxedo Black ink
Word stamp inside - Gina K

Thanks for stopping by today!


4 comments:

  1. Great take on the sketch challenge Karen, love the banners on the yellow panel and of course the pop-up on the inside.

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  2. so very sweet AND a fun pop up besides....fabulous

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