Saturday, April 3, 2010

Sew What's New? - Get Sketchy #32 and EBTKS #12

Happy Saturday! Rainy and chilly here today, but we are suppose to have a beautiful Easter Sunday. Perfect weather for my Grandson's first Easter - can't wait to see him in his Easter outfit! :)

This card was based off of Get Sketchy's sketch #32 and Everything but The Kitchen Sink's challenge #12 of using "anything that you can find around your house that looks like string". I have never designed a card based off of two challenges, but this was fun! :)

Papers, buttons and chipboard embellishment from Cosmo Cricket, rubberstamped image and sentiment from Pansy Lane, ink from Tim Holtz, twine from Papertrey Ink, misc. rhinestone adhesives.

Off to post my card - hope you have a wonderful creative day! Cathy xx :)

12 comments:

  1. Oh Cathy... what a wonderful work! Really love it. Hugs from Tini ... Wish you a happy easter!

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  2. I love it! Seriously this is just the cutest little thing with the pin cushion. :)

    The stamp you asked about at the bottom of the craft cardstock is Paper Trey Ink/ Tin Types. Love that set and it stamps so well with white on craft. :)

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  3. Oh I totally love this. Such a great idea to use the string. Thanks for playing along with EBTKS!

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  4. Fabulously creative card!!!

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  5. This is such a fun card! I love all your elements, and your use of string. Love the colors and the design.

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  6. Woow supe cute and Fabulous card...I am joining also the EBTKS Challenge would you mind to see my Blog...many thanks before...love, Monika

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  7. This is totally adorable!! Great job with both challenges!

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  8. so colourful! I like it very much!

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  9. What a totally wonderful card! Love it!

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  10. So cute! I love it! The sewing is Amazing! Thanks for playing with us on the EBTKS challenge! :)

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  11. Are you a material girl?? This combo of elements is amazing!!! Amazing paper piecing and I love what you did with the measuring tape!

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Thank you for taking a peek and dropping me a line! Your comments are so greatly appreciated and always make my day. Have a wonderful day and keep creating! :)

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