Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Sketch Girls Challenge #1

Today is the offical start of Sketch Girl! Sketch Girl is a bi-weekly sketch challenge created by Annie B (Leigh Ann). The Sketch Girl blog will be home to all the sketches in one place, so run on over and add yourself a follower so you can get an update as soon as a new sketch is added. In the future there will be a contest or two with prizes! If you make the sketch and upload to a forum, please use keyword SG1.

I am so addicted to American Crafts lately and their thickers that I just had to use them again. I mixed in some of their Craft Fair patterned paper and the fun sewing machine (go figure a thicker that I had to have) paired with this sketch how could you go wrong! If you click on the photo you should be able to see a close-up the stitched rub-ons on the pink background behind the sewing machine.

Check out the Other Sketch Girls Creations:
Leigh Ann

Also, don't forget to check out my late night scrapbook page posting.

Patterned Paper (American Crafts); Textured White Cardstock (Archiver's); Pink Pirouette Cardstock (SU!); Raspberry Fizz Cardstock (PTI)
Ink: None
Stamps: None
Extras: Thickers and Flair (American Crafts); Rub-ons (Martha Stewart); Corner Rounder (SU!)


Leigh Ann Baird said...

Oh, I love this!! It's so fun and different!

Sara said...

So so cute! I love that sewing machine!

Alyssa said...

What a fun card! Maybe being on this team together will help me to learn how to use those fun embellishments and thickers!

Bonnie B said...

Wow...would never have thought of a sewing machine but it's perfect. Great card.

KatieTurtle said...

Love the new blog layout! Such a great card- Sew cool! You and your puns. So excited for you being a sketch girl!

Jean said...

Wow another clever card - and I can see the stitching lines on the pink - that is a wonderful card with a wonderful colour combo!!

Randee E said...

Love the colors and "faux" stitching! Great card Sketch Girl!

Eve said...

Very cute take on the sketch!

Julie E said...

Sew cute :>)!

A Little This and Alot of That said...

I like your card....and how you used the colors ...very nice