Sunday, 2 June 2013

Sunday Sketch & Stamp #159

Good Morning Everyone,
Hope you are all having a great weekend!
I went shopping with my Sister yesterday to buy plants for my hanging baskets. Thought I might be tempting fate but guess what! It's another sunny day here in Northampton so in the garden I must go to plant them up. Oh and we got the grow bags for the tommie's so must do that too.
Over at Sunday Sketch & Stamp see's the start of a new challenge today which Mari has designed us a super sketch to play with

Here's what I came up with:

I am aware that I don't do enough florally cards & as soon as I make one it sells. So when out shopping for crafty bits for work the other evening and I saw a Papermania 'Just to Say' stamp set for sale for just £1 which I couldn't resist, the set come with the image & sentiment stamp above a  rose tree stamp that I have stamped and will share with you later in the week.

The papers are digi ones from Nitwits 'breath fresh air too' and have been matted onto black card.
The butterflies were cut on the silhouette and glittered with glamour dust.
Hop on over the challenge blog to see more super inspiration from my teamies.
Don't forget, use the sketch and there must be a stamped image or sentiment on your creation.
Can't wait to see what you come up with!
I would like to enter:

Lets craft & create - Things with wings


  1. Such a lovely card Carole love the layout and colours xx

  2. Carole, this is beautiful, thank you for joining us for our latest challenge at LCC.

  3. Oh this is gorgeous Carole… the image is beautiful and I love the pretty papers and layout… and the sparkly butterflies are perfect embellies! ;-)
    it's been a lovely day here today… and the blackbird is singing his little heart out, bless!
    Hope you have a good week!
    Big hugs
    Sue xx

  4. Lovely design! Thanks for joining us at LCC, good luck :)

  5. Gorgeous card Carole, love the pretty design.

    Donna x


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