Cyndi B. from The Scrappy Chick Blog, designed this week’s sketch! It’s simple, but you can embellish it to your heart’s delight! Try using the Sticker Background Technique or Painting With Powder for a fun card with more dimension!
And here’s Cyndi’s example of a card she made following the sketch:
- Stamps: New stamps from our new catalog!! L246 Bake Memories & V214 BlockArt Cookie Cutie (Stampendous) to find these stamps, go to your local craft supply store selling Stampendous stamps. You can find your local store here.
- Paper: Eskimo Kisses pp (Basic Grey); White cs (Neenah); green cs (Bazzill)
- Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black (Tsukineko)
- Accessories: Copics & ABS1 (Imagination International); Labels 11 Nestabilties (Spellbinders); ribbon (Creative Imaginations); buttons (Basic Grey)
Congratulations to last week’s Christmas/Winter/holiday sketch challenge winners! Carol & Melinda!
Carol made a stylish Christmas card using the Chainletter Christmas Class A’Peel stickers. We absolutely love how she made a cool pattern with them for the card background. It’s so simple, yet it looks super trendy!
Melinda’s card is so cool! We love that she layered the stickers and the stamp! She used our the Swirl Tag rubber stamp and the new AC1021MRS Snowflake Ornaments Class A’Peel stickers, which will be available on our website soon!
Good luck to everyone on this week’s challenge! You could be one of the lucky winners! So get out your stash and make something beautiful with Stampendous products. Post your creation to your blog, website, or in any public forum like Paper Craft Planet.com, Splitcoast Stampers.com, Stamp Shack.com or others. Copy the link to your card and paste it into the comment section of this blog post. Don’t worry if you try and post a comment and it doesn’t show up immediately! We post them on Monday. Find out more information by clicking on the “Sketch Challenge Rules” link at the top of this blog.
We can’t wait to see what you create with our products! You may use any other products that you like to complete your project!