Sunday, November 23, 2014

Sweet Sunday Happy Wishes

It's time for this week's Sweet Sunday Sketch Challenge, SSSC246.

This week's sketch is perfectly simple in case you need to create multiple cards. me. Yes, it's true. I've finally realized that I will need to mass produce some Christmas cards, and this is the sketch I'm going to use. To make the cards easier (and cheaper) for mailing I created a rectangular card.

The rectangular card is also a bit of a mass production strategy too. I want to use different 6x6 patterned papers for the middle panel so I trimmed the sheets to 3x6 inches. That way I can get two cards from each sheet of patterned paper.

I added a few sequins to the first card for a bit of sparkle and as an extra touch I dotted the centers with Tiny Twinkles.

I bought a couple of new blue shades from Simon Says Stamp and Audrey Blue works perfectly with the two collections of patterned paper I'm using: Lawn Fawn Snow Day and Doodlebug Frosty Friends.

My second card is a little more whimsical with the adorable snowmen in the background.

Instead of sequins, which would have taken away from the snowmen, I added a purple Tiny Twinkle to the snowflake under the sentiment.

Now I need to get moving and create a bunch more cards like these.

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.
Barbara Anders
Dana White
Jackie Pedro
Jenny Peterson
Jodi Collins
Lisa Henke
Lori Tecler
Lynn Put
Sarah-Jane Kalé
Tracy Clemente
Vicki Burdick
and Karen Giron

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Lyn said...

Gorgeous cards, your colour combos are just perfect

Vicki Burdick said...

Love these Karen, that purple is my fave!! So cute and great for easy mailing and mass producing!!

Lisa H. said...

soooo GREAT! love them both, but that purple one is my put a huge smile on my face. miss you.

Tracy said...

These are too flippin cute Karen! I adore how you used the sketch and made an A2 sized card. You showed how versatile the sketch is. I especially love the second card!!

Karen Giron said...

Oh my goodness, that snowman paper is SO cute! I love the sequins with the rhinestones too - super fun!