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Card Patterns Sketch # 70

I'm back a little sooner than I anticipated as I actually managed to finish this card to post for the latest Card Patterns Sketch Challenge! Yay!


One of a Kind


This Week's Sketch


It's been a while since I have joined in with one of their challenges and absolutely LOVE their sketches!! I follow their posts every week wishing there were more hours in the day to play along.


Here's the Project Recipe for 'One of a Kind' -
Stamp Set: One of a Kind
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Regal Rose
Cardstock: Chocolate Chip, Whisper White
Accessories: Sweet Always DSP, Circle Fire Rhinestone Brad, Chocolate Chip 1/4" Grosgrain Ribbon, 1/2" Circle Punch, Dimensionals, Stamping Sponges
Non-SU: CB die for the Scalloped Rectangular Frame, Mini Coat Hanger and Template from Paper Fashions (Klutz)


See you Friday ...





PS: I'm so excited!!! This one made the TOP 6 for the week.


Comments

Patrice said…
Ohhhhh I like that card. Super cute!
Mae Collins said…
How pretty! This even fits in with the JAI Challenge for this week - Just Add Patterned Paper!
Monika Reeck said…
woow so pretty images...lovely color combo too and gerat use the Card Patterns sketch...I am joining the Card Patterns challenge too my card is number 72, would you mind to see my Blog :) Many thanks before, hugs, Monika
Tania Gould said…
AGH!!! Very very cute!!!!! Love everything but where on Earth did you find that little teeny tiny hanger???? I so have to get some?
If you get this, I'll drop down the background stamp tomorrow - if not in the day it will be straight after 3pm after I pick Charlotte up. Hesitant to just say I've lost it and keep using it forever but not sure I'd get away with that!!!
AmandaR said…
LOVE this, Bron!! Super work!
Wow - this is just TERRIFIC!! Love this card!
Maria
dstandard said…
Such a girly pretty card! Thanks for playing at Card Patterns!
Linda said…
Wow this is wonderful! I love the image. That little of hanger is great.
yyam said…
Oh, this is such a pretty card! I really love the sweet details on this! Great take on the sketch!
Kathryn Ruddick said…
Congratulations on making the Super 6 Bronwyn, how exciting - and LOVE your card with that gorgeous DSP.

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