Happy Wednesday!! Did you miss me last week? Well, I know the rest of the team wow’d you with their projects and that awesome sketch! I am happy to say that I was on vacation. A real live vacation that included no traveling for work! We went to Orlando, FL for a week. YEA! First we got to visit my mom, then we got to go to Legoland and Busch Gardens (Tampa) with some swimming at our cool hotel in the middle. Finally, back to mom’s house. What a fantastic week! I still haven’t even downloaded the pics yet but soon (sorry mom!). We have been catching up…lots of homework and laundry and all the normal stuff you have to do to “recover” from vacation.
Ok…on to the sketch! This week’s challenge at Freshly Made Sketches is brought to us by Jen Mitchell. Oh, how I love her work! No surprise that she has given us a sketch that has so many possibilities.
I just had to pull out these Expressions Thinlits for some more fun. I really love them. I was looking at ways to layer the positive and negative images when I realized I could tuck the different colors tucked together. I think it has a fun look…what do you think?! I paired it with the Season of Style Paper Stack to create a fun and easy to re-create card. In order to hold the Cherry Cobbler word in the Old Olive negative, I simply put some Dimensionals behind the panel in places that keep them linked (Glue Dots would work if you don’t want the extra pop-up).
Ok…I am still catching up but plan to get some stamping done over the next week or so. Hopefully I will have a lot more holiday stuff in store for you soon! If you didn’t already see it, my Artisan Wednesday Wow project of the week went up earlier and is a continuation of projects with the Thankful Tablescape Kit.
I know you will love the projects from the rest of the team. Head on over and join in! Can’t wait to see what you create! Thanks so much for stopping in. See you again soon!
Paper: Season of Style Paper Pack, Chocolate Chip, Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive; Accessories: Big Shot, Expressions Thinlits, Neutrals Buttons, Cherry Cobbler Baker’s Twine, Dimensionals