Sunday, 4 June 2017

Sunday card sketch club...


Happy Sunday everyone a lovely sunny day here in Yorkshire England. Sunday for me is mostly filled with chores and cooking ...my husband likes a nice Sunday roast so its a day filled with looking after my family. But before the day starts I do this blog post for all the members of our community forum who give up their time every week to follow the card sketch we put up. Every week we get fantastic inspiration from these creators. Our group is for sharing our love of Stampin' Up! and the weekly sketch is just a small part of what we do...Mostly we share and inspire. Feel free to come along and join us the banner above is a clickable link to the groups page. 

  
Here is the sketch we worked from this week chosen by the lovely Elaine Spencer.


Beautiful card from Karen McClure. Using mint macaron, succulent garden dsp mint macaron card stock some mint macaron glimmer paper. The flowers are from blossom bunch punch, metal rimmed pearls and the stamp is from the eastern beauty stamp set. The ribbon is satin coloured mint macaron and a tiny hint of wink of Stella xx


Debbie Harper

My take on this weeks sketch challenge......softsky and succulent garden..x


Carole England

My take on this week's sketch, using the new Colorful Seasons suite.


Carol Ann 

Retiring and new items have been used for this weeks challenge
Black and White card items used Botanical Blooms Stamp set and matching dies Everyday Chic washi strip. I used the new hostess set out on June 1st Blackground Bits and Whisper White craft ink for the writing on the black strip and punched butterfly, Centre Panel is embossed with Stylish Stripes .


Carmel June Smith 

My card for this weeks sketch. I used very vanilla thick card, serene scenery dsp, botanical builders, gold glimmer & stylish stripes embossing folder. 


Elaine Spencer 

Hi ladies and gents,this is my take on this weeks challenge,I used a piece of card that I wrapped with aluminium sticky tape and embossed,and also used the scraps for the strip along the back and the little strips at the top and bottom corners.I used the old olive card stock from the delightful daisies suite,also the stamps and punch from that suite too,I added the sentiment in the center using white cardstock and a 2 1/2 inch scalloped edge.the ink I used is Island Indigo.


Claudia Cladden Scucchia 

                          Claudia has used Eastern palace dies in an interesting way to create her flowers , really cute idea.


Carol Ann

Another card for the weekly challenge using Jar of Love and Everyday Jars Framelits Stitched Layering Framelits base card is our new THICK Very Vanilla plus new Powder Pink, Basic Grey and Petal Burst + new in colour Powder Pink and Petal Burst embossing folder.


Beautiful Cards created by Valerie Litten. Love the layering and the pretty flowers.


Jean Schultz

Fun card to make, even the envelope got spruced up. I used Peekaboo Peach cardstock and Botanical Gardens DSP, Blossum Bunch punch, Festive embossing folder, black thread and glimmer tape.


3 comments:

  1. beautiful collection as always xx Thank you hunni for sharing them all and enjoy your day of rest lol x x

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  2. This group is great for exploring more ways to make your cards. Lovely to share and inspire others to try different things. I know I do. Thank you Amanda and Karen and the ladies who post the weekly sketch xx

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  3. Beautiful cards! Everyone did a wonderful
    Job!

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