Sunday, 15 March 2009

Sunday Challenge - Sketch

Good morning boys and girls, Karen here (are there any boys out there? Let yourself be known).
The Sunday challenge today is set by me, and I have created a sketch for you to follow. I am going to offer a little prize to one lucky participant this week, I will pick the winner randomly next Sunday and announce it in my Monday Mojo post the following day.

You've got K&Co Amy Butler Ribbon, Amy Butler Embellishment Jars, Stickles and a 6x6 Paper Pad. To be in with a chance all you have to do is join this challenge and of course leave your comment with a link.
Right, onto the challenge! Here is my sketch:

The scalloped edge merely depict some sort of fancy edge. It doesn't have to be scallops but you MUST provide a fancy edge of some description, this is not an element that can be changed. You must of course include one of our downloads too.

The design team members have created some ideas for you as always, click on the names to go to each designers blog and see more detail of their project:







Remember to leave your comment so we can come and admire your project, plus of course it will give you the chance to win my prize stash.

Have a wonderful Sunday xxx


ittybittyinkspotstoo said...

Fabulous work girls!! I love each one! Such great colors and layouts!!

TaraG said...

Gorgeous cards ladies! I love them all and they are so different and fabulous! Super fabulous sketch, Karen!

Anjie said...

As usual there are some stunning cards here. I love them all.
My challenge card is on my blog.

Wendy - Anntaurus said...

Smashing DT work! Here is my effort:-

Claire Mackaness said...

What a lovely sketch and such yummy goodies. I love K&Co. Hope you like My French Effort

Kim x said...

WoW! A fantastic sketch Karen, much more detail than ones I have noticed on other blogs.Superb cards by all of the DT, to inspire us all. With the chance to win some goodies too, it's all tooo much! Oops nearly 4got my card is on my blog
Kim x

Anonymous said...

I'm enjoying playing along with challenges again :) Here is my card.


Anonymous said...

Hi Everyone some fab cards and i love the nw images. Have sent the challenge to Louise as i don't have a blog. I love these challenges but don't always have time to do them. Sandra (Do crafter) xx

Ruth (ooffee) said...

Another great challenge! I am loving looking at sketches like this and trying not to stick too closely to them, I don't always succeed with that of course.

I have made a 21st birthday card for this challenge and you can find it on my

Thanks again for the challenge - and the chance to win a prize this week! Ruth xx

My craft space said...

Hi ya your cards are lovely, i have done the challenge but i dont know how to do a link.

luv Val

Sheila said...

Got my first ever downloadables a couple of days ago. They're gorgeous! Love the sketch too.

Here is my version

Sheila :)

Nicky said...

Finally got round to the challenge today - suffereing from not enough hours in the day again! I love all your DT cards they are really stunning - Here's my attempt!

Kym's Crafty Cards said...

What gorgeous cards and Madison looks fab.

Here is my card for this sketch challenge

Best wishes

Kym xxx

CraftyC said...

Love the DT cards, not played along for a while but made the effort and you can see my card  on my blog
Thanks for a lovely sketch

Susan said...

What a great challenge this week Karen. Also a great sketch for us to follow and a fantastic prize too. Love the DT cards they are all very inspirational.

You can find my card here

Ultramum said...

Love the sketch and I made a great card for my friend's birthday from it :-)

Here's my entry

Tip Top said...

Great DT cards as always! Here is mine!

Jac said...

Loved the sketch and the DT cards are amazing. here is what I have done with it. Thanks for the great inspiration and TFL

Hazel said...

Super gorgeousness from the team - I loved this sketch - my card is here

Sarah C said...

What utterly fantastic cards from the DT.

I've used this sketch to make my Mother's Day card

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