By | March 2, 2015

Happy Monday, welcome to the work week. How was your weekend? Do anything exciting? I spent time crafting a bit then cleaning up the mess I made doing it. On Sunday I made some really good Beef Stew for dinner. After a snowy Sunday, we may actually have temperatures in the 40’s mid week, but I’ll believe it when it happens.

Today’s card is for the Paper Craft Crew Card Sketch weekly challenge #133.  Stop by their blog for projects from their design team and other crafters like me.


To make my card I started with deciding that I wanted to use the 2015 Sale-A-Bration stamp set “Big Day”, which can be free with a $50 (before tax/shipping) order. Next I decided on the Birthday Bash Designer Series Paper and a card base of Night of Navy. The image was stamped with VersaMark and embossed with Gold Powder. In the under right corner is a Gold Star die cut with the smallest Star Framelit and topped with a Calypso Coral star punched from the Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack. On the bottom left corner is a Circle from the Circle collection Framelit, backed with dimensionals on top of a piece of Bermuda Bay and Night of Navy with Birthday Bash DSP attached.  There are three flowers punched from Itty Bitty Accent punch in coordinating colors. Rhinestones are spares from a prior month Paper Pumpkin Kit.

PCCCS133 large version

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Thank you for stopping by, have a great day.  Craft On!

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5 thoughts on “PCCCS133

  1. Glenda

    Great take on the sketch. Love this card! Thanks for playing along with the Paper Craft Crew sketches.

    1. KarenT Post author

      Glad you liked my card, thanks!

  2. Jan M

    Love this Karen! Great colouring of your greeting and I love your mix of DSP and fabulous gold foil 🙂 Thanks for joining us again at The Paper Craft Crew.

    1. KarenT Post author

      Always fun to play along, glad you liked the card.

  3. Sue McDonald

    Love these papers a d what you’ve done with this sketch

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