Sunday, August 1, 2010

OWH Sketch Challenge # 28

I woke to find that my card samples are featured over on the Operation Write Home Stars and Stamps Blog!!! This is for sketch challenge #28. I made these samples a few months back, so I will do my best at telling you the items for all my cards; if I'm able.

I used Sweet Pea DSP along with the Sweet Pea Stitched Felt, both retired now. I used the stamp sets 'Well Scripted' and 'Sweetheart'.

For this card sample I turned the sketch and just used some DSP called 'Welcome Neighbor' that is retired as well!

This card features one of my all time favorite stamp sets called 'Inspired by Nature'. The sentiment is from another stamp set that I love called 'Upsy Daisy'.

 Well, thank you for visiting me. I hope you have a fabulous Sunday ;)


ThePurplePlace said...

OOPS!! I posted my comment in the wrong post...!! Silly me!!!

I LOVE the cards you created from this sketch and think they are all wonderful!!

You have now inspired me to start one this afternoon! :)

Happy Crafting!!

JessicaLynn said...

Great card, I really love the colors that you picked for it.

I currently have blog candy on my blog come and take a look!

Jessica Lynn

Anonymous said...

Nice cards! Everything coordinates perfectly. I have Inspired by Nature on my wish list, and love seeing it used. Enjoy the rest of your weekend! ~Robin

Paula said...

Holley, As usual these are simply gorgeous! You've done a wonderful job showing how the same sketch could be interpreted in a variety of ways and every result is beautiful. Great work!

debb said...

Beautiful cards !!!!

Tammy said...

All of your samples cards are gorgeous Holley!!

Our Little Inspirations said...

Each card has it's own unique look, and I like them all! Thanks for giving us a fun sketch to work with!!

Betty Benton said...

How exciting to see your cards featured!! I thank you for coming by my blog. Have been wanting to do the sketch challenge for a long time but never seemed to get to it!

Cindy's Card Co said...

Holly I love these cards, I think the coneflower is my favorite, maybe because I have so many in my yard.