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Saturday, November 27, 2010

Day 266 - Super Sketchy Sunday

Happy Saturday!  I'm back with another card for 365 Cards.  I've been trying to finish this month.  Being ill on Thanksgiving has not helped my cause.  I'm hanging in there though.  We were to follow this sketch posted on the website and include a bit of vintage flare.  As I said, I haven't felt the best but I did attempt to produce a card for the challenge.  My thinking was that I should stick as close to the sketch as possible.  Here is my take.  I even tried real stitching.  I can't believe it!  The final card is 5"x7".  The solid colored card stack is Recollections and the patterned paper is Pleasant Pearls from 29th Street. I trimmed the flap which was cut from the Forever Young cart with my new Signo gel pen.  The I popped a button that has hemp tied through it on there.  For the lines at the bottom, I put a string of pearls and a lace-like piece paper cut with a scalloped punch on the bottom. 

Happy Scrappin'!


abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

Very pretty! Great stitching!

Rose said...

sorry you have been ill :(
this is such a pretty card and i love the pearls :)

~ Sophia ~ said...

Clean and simple, yet stunningly beautiful and vintage style.!
Way to go girl!
Hope you are feeling better now.

~amy~ said...

sorry that you haven't been feeling your take on the faux stitching.

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Pam said...

You did a beautiful job with the sketch - so many wonderful little details on the card!

Carolina Girl (Cely) said...

I love them and continue to enjoy snooping and awing throughout your site. This card is adorable. I have started enjoying stitching too. Thank you for the award. What a nice surprise it was!! Things have kept me away from my happy place (craft room and computer to check out favorite blogs). It made my day. thank you again. off to think of 8 things and 8 sites...that's a lot for this girl. You did a wonderful I'll try to make you proud....haha

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