Thursday, November 12, 2009

Stamps and Smiles Sketch Challenge - SASSC40

Hello and thanks for stopping by! Today’s card is for this week’s sketch challenge "SASSC40" over at Stamps and Smiles. Every Thursday a NEW sketch will be posted along with samples from the Design Team. We warmly invite you to play along, feel free to use your favorite stamps and supplies.

On my sample, I used a NEW digi image called Cuppy's Holiday Tree. This is image is only a $1 and is available as a jpeg or png. The background paper is from last years holiday collection by Martha Stewart. I replaced the snowflakes with the candy embellishments and added crystal affects on each of the ornaments. To finish off the card, I added ribbon along with a border of glitter.

Please stop by the Stamps and Smiles blog to see more samples from the Design Team. There is no time limit on our challenge, so please play along whenever you are able! However to be eligible for the Stamps and Smiles goodie bag, please have your card uploaded by Wednesday, 6 pm CST.

Don't forget to stop by my Christmas blog, most of the cards I will be making in the next few weeks will be given away at my Christmas Card Giveaway. Grab some hot chocolate and check it out. See you this Saturday with a fun card and giveaway! Hugs & Smiles ~

8 comments:

Karen Wilson said...

Oh, this is just super cute! Where did you find those embellishments? Love this sketch too, I'll really have to make time to play this one!

Leanne said...

This is absolutely adoreable!

Hugs
Leanne
xx

Rose said...

this is super sweet and those candies are perfect!! :0)

Debbie said...

this is a great sweet card and the embellishments are great with it

greetings from holland

Debbie

Danni said...

Oh how sweet!! What a great card!

Gra said...

Everytime I visit your blog I’m amazed. You projects are simply stunning! What a great inspiration.

Thanks for sharing,

Graci

My Little Space said...

Love all the detail in your card Jennifer.

Mandy
x

Monika/Buzsy said...

Fabulous card. Love the cute image and that lay-out. TFS!