PCC Card Sketch #104

By | August 9, 2014

Happy Saturday, sure hoping your having a good weekend so far.  Last night we spent the evening at the church fair, always a good time, seeing both family and friends. They have about two dozen raffle baskets, hopefully I will get a call Sunday night that I won the Coach purse, a girl can never have too many purses!  Today has been busy, getting ready for card class next weekend and some general crafting.

Here is the sketch for this weeks Paper Craft Crew Card Sketch #104.


This card provided to be a little challenging and a mistake turned into my favorite feature (sequin rope for the banners).  I tried my hand at drawing a ‘rope’ and let’s just say – glad the gold sequin idea popped into my head!  Card base is Basic Gray, with a piece of Moonlight DSP Stack (stamped with a little Lost Lagoon and Gorgeous Grunge stamp set) matted on Lost Lagoon. Stamped a circle from the Amazing Birthday stamp set, punched it out and layered behind the Daffodil Delight Square. Image and greeting is in Blackberry Bliss using the “Wetlands” stamp set – a favorite of my stamp group!  Star is from the Something to Say stamp set in Daffodil Delight on Lost Lagoon. The banners are stamped from images in Amazing Birthday and punched out with the Banner punch. Added a little bling with a few extra sequins.


pcc 104 close up

Supplies Used:

Stamp Sets: Wetlands, Gorgeous Grunge, Something to Say and Amazing Birthday

Ink: Lost Lagoon, Blackberry Bliss and Daffodil Delight

Paper: Basic Gray, Lost Lagoon, Daffodil Delight, Blackberry Bliss, Whisper White and Moonlight Designer Series Paper Stack

Accessories: Gold Sequin Trim, 2 way Glue, Banner and 1 1/4″ circle punches, Itty Bitty Accent Punch Pack, Stampin’ Dimensionals and Liquid glue


Thank you for taking time to stop by and look at my card. Click on PCC Sketch above for a direct link back to their blog for other great designs.

Craft On!



2 thoughts on “PCC Card Sketch #104

  1. Pam Staples

    Great card! Love the grid background. The “random” placement of the sequins is awesome. Thanks for playing along with the Paper Craft Crew.

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