Sunday, June 1, 2014

Sweet Sunday Plane Awesome

It's time for this week's Sweet Sunday Sketch Challenge, SSSC221.
I had fun making this masculine birthday card for one of my flying friends. I flipped the sketch to work with how I envisioned the card. I love it when a plan in my head comes together on paper. One little boo-boo I did notice though, after my card was completely assembled (of course!), is the vertical blue strip should be going overtop of the orange layer. Oops!

But then I wouldn't have been able to add as much dimension. Check it out!
The image is from the Plane Awesome stamp set from Taylored Expressions and I used the coordinating die to cut out the plane. There is a 'happy birthday' sentiment in the set but it's curved and I wanted a straight sentiment, so I used one from Pure Innocence All Occasion Sentiments by MFT.
I decorated the inside and stamped a sentiment from Plane Awesome along with the other airplane image.
I hope you'll play along with this week's sketch and link your creation on Karen's blog. Now it's time to hop around and see what the rest of the Sweet Sunday Stampers created.
Dana White (she's taking this week off)
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Thanks for stopping by!
Karen

7 comments:

Lyn Wallan-Smith said...

What an awesome card love love love it!!!!!

Lisa H. said...

so wonderful. the colors are beautiful and I just adore that plane. Your stitching is perfect-o!

Vicki B. said...

Karen!!!!! This card is "plane" awesome!! Love the colors and of course your coloring! The inside is just as cute as the out!!! LOVE IT!!!

Tracy said...

Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh emmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm geeeeeeeeeeeeee! Karen this is fabulous! You ROCKED this card. Love the blue and orange!

Dana White said...

You know I love the colours! What a perfect masculine card

Leslie said...

Love the dimension on this and those fluffy white clouds. Isn't this the plane we went flying in? :)

Wendy said...

LOVE this!!! I could use the plane from PTI, which I think I have, and use it for male bday cards!!! Thanks for the great idea!