Saturday, 2 February 2013

Sketch Time at 52CCT

That's right folks - it's Saturday and time for a new challenge at 52 {Christmas} Card Throwdown and this month Danielle is choosing our challenges.
This week it's Sketch week - take a look

For my card this week I have used some retired stamps and my Stampin' Write markers


Such a lovely set don't you agree? I decorated inside too - take a look


Materials
Stamps: Pines and Poinsettias (retired), Sassy Salutations
Ink: Early Espresso, Cherry Cobbler, Gumball Green, Lucky Limeade - all Stampin' Write Markers
Card Stock: Whisper White, Naturals White, Early Espresso
Paper: Candlelight Christmas DSP
Accessories: Dimensionals
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I'm off now - visiting my Mum and Dad, they are finding it hard sorting and closing granddad's house so I am going to lend a hand. Granddad's ashes are also going to be interred while I'm there but - it won't be all sadness. It's Mum's birthday too so hopefully some good times too.

I can't wait to see what you do with Danielle's sketch and don't forget to pop on over and see what the DT have done this week too.
See you soon - Jacqueline xx

7 comments:

  1. Love this set too, shame it's retired! Oh well, you've made a beautiful card, the stamping is perfect. Hope you enjoy your weekend away

    Louise xx

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  2. This is a lovely card - I do like the pine cones, and that bold sentiment inside is fab!

    I hope all goes well closing up your Grandad's house - I remember doing a similar thing with my mum when my Nanna died. It turned into a day of shared memories as we found things that Nanna had kept from my childhood - hugs to you x

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  3. This is just stunning, Jacqueline! LOVE that pine cone stamp--I didn't get that set and am now slapping my forehead because of it, lol! Good luck with your task--it's never fun to have to go through an entire household. HUGS! :)

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  4. You've made so many gorgeous cards with that set Jacqueline and this is no exception. Love those pinecones in the panels and the gorgeous background. Hugs D

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  5. It's a stunning set Jacqueline and it looks gorgeous made into tiles like this. I like the way you overlapped your outer two with the middle one. It's so difficult mixing the sad with the happy but I suppose that is life. Take care, Vicky x

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  6. What a beautiful card Jacqueline - as always when you use this set! I see you're keeping up with decorating the inside too - well done you!
    Ruth x

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