Friday, November 21, 2014

SFF112114--It's NOT a Card!

Hi Stampers!

Time once again for Sketch Frenzy Friday!!  Here's the sketch from Stacey Tomkowiak:
I chose not to do a card this week because I wanted to try a bottle tag (aka:  wine tag).  I am making several for a craft show I am in on Saturday, and decided to share one using our sketch:
I thought it really turned out cute!  I used Cherry Cobbler cardstock, Garden Green cardstock, Trim the Tree Designer Paper Stack,  Decorative Dots TIEF, Wonderful Wreath Framelits for the "Joy," which was cut out of Silver Foil.  The hole is cut using the Circle Collection Framelits--the 4th one from the center.  The Cherry Cobbler cardstock is cut 8-1/2" X 3-1/2" and scored at 2-1/2" from one end.  Then I centered the framelit and cut the hole.  The banner is cut with the second from the largest Banner Framelit, and the Garden Green piece is the 3rd from the middle Deco Labels Framelit.  I finished it off with Whisper White Candy Dots from the Neutral Candy Dots.

Check out what the other designers have created.  Just go to the SFF Blog!  We love to share with you, so why not share your creations based on our sketch with us!


Friday, November 7, 2014

Sketch Frenzy Friday--Birthday Sparkles

Hi Stampers:

It's time again for Sketch Frenzy Friday, and after a 4 week hiatus for me, I'm back!  I am the author of the sketch this week, and I created a birhday card for a friend, whose birthday was yesterday.  Here's my sketch:
Here's my card based on the sketch:
Instead of doing all squares, I chose to use a tea doily behind a square of Silver Glimmer paper.  The stamp set is the photopolymer set called Endless Birthday Wishes.  My colors are Lost Lagoon, Whisper White, and Coastal Cabana.  I used some rhinestones on the candle flames, and some Lost Lagoon ribbon tied around the cake element. The Lost Lagoon card base is textured with the Decorative Dots TIEF.   For the inside of the card, I stamped the sentiment on a Top Note die cut.

Here is a list of all the supplies I used:

Now hop on over to the SFF Blog and check out what all the designers have done with this sketch.  Don't forget to upload your design; we love to see what you create.