So I’ve really been lacking in inspiration lately, but when I saw the new card sketch from Sketch~N~Scrap the mojo came right back. This card came together in no time flat.
I flipped the sketch on it’s side, but left the embellishments where they were. I also moved the scallop to the top of the card and flipped it around as well. I wasn’t so sure I liked it as I was going, but when it was all done I was actually very pleased with it.
Hi, and welcome to the Get Inky! Farewell & Welcome Blog Hop. You should have arrived here from La-Vie’s blog. If you happened to have stumbled into the hop mid-way be sure to start at the Get Inky! Challenge Blog for a chance to win a fun prize.
The blog hop is saying goodbye to our old team members, and welcoming our new. I was a guest designer last time, and am a part-time design team member this go around. I am happy to be included again as Get Inky! makes a quality stamp, and all the girls are a blast to work with.
For my project I choose to use the cricut cartridge A Child’s Year. I cut out a fairy and then replaced her wand with a flower. After she was glued down I used stickler and glitter for her wings.
The flowers, and butterflies, are stamped with Blue Moon Creation’s build a flower that is part of the Love Bugs set. The pink and purple flowers were colored with a blender pen and my stamp pads. The green and yellow are wink of stella pens. They give a slight sheen/glitter, but not a whole lot…hence wink I guess.
Now for the fun part. Leave a comment on each blog along the way and you’ll be entered to win:
* one of three one-year Inky Moonbeam memberships
* one Crafty Card Gallery app donated from Jennifer Restivo
To see what the club is all about, visit Blue Moon Creations
I will also be offering a prize! If you leave a comment, and follow my blog, you’ll be entered to win the card I created as well as a 6×6 paper pad to help you create some cool things! If you follow me on Facebook or Twitter, and leave another comment for each, you’ll receive an extra entry. The links to where else you can find me are in the upper right corner of my blog.
I’m so glad you stopped by and look forward to inspiring you further. Now off you to go to Susan B to check our what she created.
Blog Hop Line Up:
- Ann – http://annmakes.blogspot.com
- Beth ~ http://thecraftyscrapyard.
- Jamie- http://capture-your-memories.weebly.com/capture-this-blog.html
- Jessica- http://www.
- Judy – http://
- Julie – http://muddypawsinkyfingers.
- Kathy – http://upinthenightwithkat.
- La-Vie – http://www.cestla-
- Lyne – http://lynnseverydayideas.
- Susan B. ~ http://susanascorner.
- Susan R – http://susanrenshaw0404.
- Tonya- http://
- Thia- http://bluemooncreation.
I have several things I want to work at this year in my crafting. One is to make birthday cards, rather than buy, and another is to enter more sketch challenges. I saw this sketch over at Sketch~N~Scrap and fell in with it.
I started searching for my favorite winter scraps, and as I was sorting through I saw my few flower paper items and they called to me. My SIL’s birthday is next month and I thought they would be perfect for a card for her. I think it came out really cute, and I could see using this sketch again and again.