UDI Sketch Challenge

Sketch 119have decided that I am going to try some of the UDI sketch
challenges which occur on Saturday, so remember to stop back by the Corner on
Saturdays to see the new sketch challenges. The challenge for today is sketch
119 below.

It
was so fun getting back in the stamping room and playing and this challenge made
it very easy to create my card because it removed the design factor.  All I had
to decide on was what colors I wanted to use and which stamp set(s) to
use.  

I challenge you to create a card using this sketch and when you do I will
feature your card creation right here on Jill's Stamping Corner.  All you have
to do is Sketch 119 - card 1to send an email (jill@jillsstampingcorner.com)
letting me know that you want to take this challenge, and attach a picture of
your card in a jpeg format. It would be nice if you could add the recipe for
your card (see my recipe below) but not necessary.

We have some very special little girls that I need to make Valentine's Day
cards for so I used this sketch to create one of those cards.  Yes, I went a
little crazy with the hearts, but what little girl does Sketch 119 - card 1not go crazy over
hearts. 

The first pictures is, of course, the front of the card and the envelope.
Reminder – don't sent out any naked envelopes. The second picture is the inside
of the card.

i love you card

Sketch 119 - card 2

Stamp Sets:  Curvy Verses, Three Little Words, Love You Much

 

 

Card Stock: Rose Red, Regal Rose, Chocolate Chip

Ink: Rose Red, Regal Rose, Chocolate Chip

Accessories: Stampin' Write Markers (Rose Red, Regal Rose, Chocolate Chip);
Punches (Heart to Heart Extra Large, 1-1/4" Circle Large, 1-3/4 " Scallop Circle
Extra Large, Hand-held 1/8" Circle – retired); 2-Way Glue Pen

I hope you have enjoyed seeing this week's sketch challenge and my card
creation. Remember to stop back back by the Corner on Saturdays for more sketch
challenges.  I hope you take me up on my offer to feature your sketch challenge
creation.

Thanks for stopping at Jill's Stamping Corner (JSC),

image from www.jillsstampingcorner.com

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