Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Tuesday Morning Sketches #54

Good Morning!  I'm pulling double duty today with Tuesday Morning Sketches and Deedee's Digis.  Deedee is sponsoring my challenge blog this week and I am so thrilled!  I have a fun sketch for you to use and if you have an image by Deedee, we'd love to see you use it.  Don't forget, she has some really cute sets for only $1!  Her bigger sets are usually around $3.  So, let me do the math for you... if you buy 3 sets at $3 and one set for $1... you get adorable set for free!!  That's $10 well spent!

So here's my card...

I had a lot of fun coloring this image.  I loved using lots of shades of green.  Green is calming and I really needed that therapy today.

Card stock:  Neenah Classic Crest, Garden Green, Gable Green
Images:  Little Things (Deedee's Digi's)
Copics:  B23, BV02, BV04, C8, E33, E37, E53, E57, Y15, YG00, YG03, YG63, YG67, YR16, YR68
Embellishments:  Always Artichoke brads (SU)
Tools:  Martha Stewart border punch, Label & Oval punches (SU), Scor-Pal, white gel pen

I hope you like my card and that you join us over at Tuesday Morning Sketches!  Have a great Tuesday and thank you for stopping by.

6 Encouraging Thoughts:

Sheri Gilson said...

Adorable card, Mel!! Love the punched border & embossed background!!

Danni said...

What a sweet and cute card!

Jessica G. said...

The green accents against the crisp white background are perfect for this little bear enjoying the great outdoors! Great taste in border punches ;) and I really like how you used the embossed lines in this sketch!!

Theresa said...

Miss, your card is just wonderful! I love all the green and the teddy bear is just cute!

Anonymous said...

Adorable card, Mel!!! Love the green and white together -- such a beautiful combination with your lovely sketch. The embossed lines are such a wonderful touch, too -- I would never have thought to do that. Thanks so much for letting me be a small part of your wonderful challenge this week! Hugs, Deedee

Angela said...

Cute! I love the combo of greens and the way you have scored the lines as an embellishment...brilliant!

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