Welcome to my little corner of the vast God planned domain. I plan to share mostly my card projects here, you might even possible see some scrapping, quilt projects, and photography. Who knows I may even try other craft projects. Might even share a selection of little recipe cards I have collected over the past few years - scrapped, of course. There may even be some little things of greatness of my daily life. Every now and then, I might even vent!

Saturday, February 1, 2014

More Operation Write Home cards

Today I made 4 of each of these cards using the Sketch Frenzy Friday Sketch #SFF013114 and made 4 portrait and 4 landscape. It is just like taking pictures I get hung up in forgetting to turn the camera. I received a card today made with these colors, one of the stamps and paper about 4 hours after I had picked out and started to cut my papers for the sketch. Her sketch was really close to this one. Thanks Roberta.

Paper: Crumb Cake, Coastal Cabana, Real Red and Whisper White. DSP is the Fresh Print from the Celebrate the Everyday catalog. Really loving these colors together and this paper is cute, cute.
Ink: Coastal Cabana, Real Red
Stamps: Love You to the Moon , Really Good Greetings
Accessories: Arrows and Scallops Embossing Folders. Big Shot ,
 Stampin' Dimensionals, Petite Petals Punch and Word Window Punch

Thanks for all of your comments, they are greatly appreciated by this Stampin' Up demonstrator.


  1. Both cards are wonderful and great interpretations of our sketch this week! Thanks for joining us at Sketch Frenzy Friday.

  2. I love both cards and how you flipped the sketch, and the colors are one of my favorite combos right now. Thanks for playing along with this weeks Sketch Frenzy Friday challenge!

  3. Love both of your cards! Thanks for playing along!

  4. Both your cards are just oh so cute! Thanks for joining us at Sketch Frenzy Friday!

  5. I love the color combo and that you turned the sketch. Thanks for playing along at Sketch Frenzy Friday.

  6. Wow two great cards from this sketch! Nicely done! Don't you love it when that happens. Thanks for joining us over at SFF