Happy Friday Everyone and Happy Birthday to my baby sister! This isn’t her card…..she will have to wait until she comes over tomorrow to see it and I will post it on Monday! Hehe…I am such a mean sister but don’t worry….your card has someone with a nose and mouth!
I am having some real trouble with my internet connection and have been left pretty frustrated these last few days because trying to comment is an exercise in futility. So, I just want to say here that I was blown away by how many people played along with my sketch last week at Friday Sketchers and I am so happy that you liked it!
This week is is my very sweet friend Tanja who is hosting and her sketch is absolutely amazing! We are being sponsored by:
I am combining DT challenges this week because I was short on time and since the Wags ‘n Whiskers challenge was to use metal on your card…I pulled out these brads that I have had for a while and called the challenge met!
I think this is my favorite image from Wags ‘n Whiskers Release #2! It is such a joy to color. I have been working on the next release this last week and it is FANTASTIC! OMGosh wait until you see it. We will start sneak peeks this Wednesday!
I used the Elegant Bouquet embossing folder from Stampin’ Up on the cardstock and the pretty scalloped circle was made using the Nellie’s Multi Die that I bought from Bunny Zoe’s Crafts. Nikki shipping is extraordinarily fast and her prices are really good. I love this die set………….I actually used it on my card for tomorrow too!
- Stamps: Wags ‘n Whiskers He Loves me available –->here<—, Whiff of Joy Sentiment
- Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
- Paper: SU Pink Pirouette, Whisper White, Daisy Bucket DP
- Coloring: Copic Markers, Prismacolors and OMS, Shimmerz in Angel Wings
- Embellies: Papertrey Ribbon, Basic Grey Pearl Flourish, Brads from stash
Be sure to check out all the samples that my fellow DT sisters have created for your inspiration. We hope you will be able to play along and post your own creation on the Friday Sketcher blog:
the Wags ‘s Whiskers Challenge blog: