Friday, July 3, 2009

Heather's Monday Sketch

Here is Heather's Monday Sketch for this week! I like this one because of the endless possibilities with the ripped paper. You can rip it, use deco scissors, "nestie" it, leave it square.....on and on.

Anyway, here is her sketch....

I made 2 cards. Here is the first one that I LOVE! And it looks so much better in person!! Love that new TAC Skinny Birds set. The mug is in there and it is adorable!!
And here is the other. I used Linear Sentiments and Swirly Gigs for the bottom piece! I so love making my own patterned paper!

So that is all for tonight! Thanks for looking!


9 comments:

  1. Very cute! I agree the sketch is a good one. I need to give it a try! My favorite is the mug one - I guess I should know the set the sentiment is in but I don't recognize it!

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  2. How funny! I've been thinking about this sketch since yesterday, and the only stamp set I could envision here is the one you used! Sigh...back to the drawing board!!! Great card - love it! This is a very difficult sketch and you did a really fine job!

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  3. Great takes on the Monday Sketch! I really luv the I heart u with the mug!

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  4. These are great, Laurie! LOVE the mug one with the scallop edge & button... so pretty :)

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  5. Cute cards!! LOVE the mug one!!! Love the polka dots too!! So cute!

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  6. I love your cards, and the paper you made is sooo cute! I do have those stamps so thanks for the pattern idea.

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  7. I love how you made two gorgeous cards with one sketch! Perfect!!!

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  8. Beautiful cards.
    God bless
    Giovana

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  9. Thanks for playing with the sketch and leaving a linky so we can all check out your creations. I guess I need to get my card posted too huh??? With vaca and hard drive crash I did not ever get this one done. Love your cards!

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