Sunday, February 3, 2013

OWH Sketch Challenge #158 & ODBD - Fruit

Good Sunday Evening --

Well as I write my blog -- it is a close Superbowl game with 5 minutes to go -- so I need to hurry so I can either console my husband or help him celebrate.  So without any further delay - I made two cards today using today's sketch 158 - I hope you all have had a great weekend.  I guess you know that I didn't spend much time watching the game today - played in the craft room.   LOL

Thanks for taking a minute to stop in and visit.

Blessings,

Sharon




SU Card stock, sentiment from Feels Good, Chevron embossing folder

SU image from Countryside, sentiment is SU - Friendship preserves I used Window Frames
Framelits to cut it out.  The DSP is from MS crafts 6 x6 pad.  I fussy cut two little
apples from the Countryside stamp set.


OWH - Sketch Challenge #158

9 comments:

Donna Nuce said...

The laughter sentiment is really great. I love all the popped layers on the cards!

Donna Hanley said...

Two outstanding cards. I love the sentiment on your first card and your embossing and ric rac goes so well with the papers and your butterflies. Your second card has a wonderful vintage feel to it, which I love.

Jen said...

These are both really beautiful! I love that woodgrain background on the second card!

Kristie said...

Great job with both sketches. I love how you made both a feminine and masculine card. The woodgrain background paper is a perfect choice for the second card. And I just love the colors for the first card, especially with the little polka dot butterflies.

MaryS said...

Beautiful cards - great use of the sketch

Diane said...

You did a great job with the sketch- bith cards are beautiful! The truck is such a great image and you really did a nice job showcasing the stamp! TFS

Nancy Keller said...

I won't ever be able to decide which one of those I like best. How about both? :) that truck... What a great man card!!

Linda said...

Stunning cards! I love them both! tfs!!!

Marianne said...

Desert Rose,
Your apples look very realistic.
Thank you for supporting OWH by making wonderful cards.