I do love Sunday! It’s time for the Sweet Sunday Sketch Challenge!! #275 🙂
Here’s this week’s sketch:
Here is my card for the week:Donuts just never get old. Well, the real ones do I guess, but these cute ones don’t 😉
Be sure to check out the Sweet Sunday Sketch Blog for all the fun every week! Variety is the theme weekly 🙂
This card was made with the following supplies by My Favorite Things:
You can find all the past sketches HERE.
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Today is another Inspirational day on the MFT Blog…Certain to be a good read! This day is all about: Focal Point. Head over there to read the ins and out about the concepts.
I just so enjoy this week because, well, I love this stuff. It’s great to read about and see great examples. I’m sure these talented design members will prove me right. 🙂
Here’s a card I made:
Squeeeee! This is so exciting! I can’t wait to do this again with different color combos. I die cut the Stripes Cover Up twice to get this checkerboard. OH that’s fun. 🙂
This card sort of went like this: The card is the focal point. Ha. Amazing how things develop. 🙂
The My Favorite Things blog is sure to have lots more inspiration. Oh, and again: Prizes!!
This card is made with the following supplies at My Favorite Things:
Also, be sure to check out the My Favorite Things Challenge & Inspiration blog for all the fun on the Sketch Challenge and the current Color Challenge!!Thanks for dropping over! Have a great day!
It’s another Sweet Sunday for the Sketch Challenge!! #265!! I hope you can check all the cards out!! 🙂Here’s my card for the week: Be sure to check out the Sweet Sunday Sketch Blog for the rest of the DT projects! It’s fun to see the different takes!
MFT Die-namics: Some of my favorite things by My Favorite Things. Go figure. 😉
This card was made with the following supplies by My Favorite Things: Die-namics Thank you, Die-namics Stitched Circle Frames, Blueprints 24, Die-namics Stripes Cover-Up (dies), Nightshift, Field Day, Ripe Raspberry, Smooth White (card stocks), Embossing pad.
You can find all the past sketches HERE. Karen has some mad skills. 🙂
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