Saturday, December 18, 2010

Waltzingmouse Sketch Challenge #28

Happy weekend! Do you have any plans? I think we are going to have a wet and cold weekend, but we have to get the last couple of holiday shopping done. Hope you all stay dry and cozy! =)

On to this week's card for Waltzingmouse Sketch Challenge. First is the sketch:
Here is my card:


I took the advantage of the design on this sheet (I used the one in the 6x6 pad) of Sassafras' Mix and Mend collection to help me getting the look from the sketch. I also went with the stitching on the paper design and added real hand stitching for some texture.


The sentiment is from the Fancy Phrases set and the flower is from Prima.

You can use any stamps you want for the challenge, but we would love it if you can use Waltzingmouse Stamps! Please go to the Waltzingmouse Sketch Challenge Blog to see what the other Mischief Makers came up with and check out all the details for the challenge.

Hope you can join us this week!

Have a fabulous weekend, my friends! =)



Thanks for stopping by!



supplies:
cardstock, ink: Papertrey Ink
stamp: Waltzingmouse Stamps
patterned paper: Sassafras
paper flower: Prima Marketing
embroidery floss: DMC
tag die: Spellbinders
die-cutting machine: Cuttlebug
card size: 3 1/2" x 5"

8 comments:

BabyBokChoy said...

That one flower makes thecard, beautiful stuff!

Julia Aston said...

I just love that lacey paper Alice and the beautiful blue flower!

donna mikasa said...

Love your fabby take on the sketch! The Prima rose is the perfect embellie along with those perfect papers!

Tiffany said...

Beautiful! That gorgeous flower really grabs your attention, great take on the sketch!

Stamping Cafe said...

This is gorgeous, Alice! Love that flower, great take on the sketch!!

Emily Leiphart said...

So, so stunning! I love the brilliant flower and the hand stitched details!

Suzanne C said...

Gorgeous card the beautiful blue flower is such a lovely focal point.

Courtney K said...

love the stitching. and what a beautiful flower!

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