Friday, October 1, 2010

110!

Good afternoon, here's this week's sketch. I decided to keep my card pretty simple. I jazzed it up a bit by stamping some of my own backgrounds. I've been meaning to make my own jumbled letter background, and the large font of Studio Calico's Noah alphabet worked nicely. Supplies:
  • Stamps: Polka Dot Basics II, Noah Alphabet, Birthday Basics
  • Ink: Melon Berry, Blush Blossom, Rich Cocoa
  • Paper: Melon Berry Blush Blossom, Dark Chocolate, White
  • Accessories, etc.: button
If you play along, feel free to leave a link!

17 comments:

  1. Now it gets really challenging ;-)

    Janna

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  2. love those jumble alpha and tq for posting the sketch, natasha!! hugs, liza

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  3. Simple, elegant, stunning. love it.

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  4. I love your cards and enjoy your challenges. Cheers, Lydia

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  5. love this card.
    the jumbled letters are great.
    and the combination with the polka dots is so fun!!
    thanks for sharing!
    marty ferraro

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  6. Oooh, love this sketch and your card!

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  7. Your sketches are always so much fun but such a challenge to do..I enjoyed doing this weeks sketch as I always do it really gets me to think..Thanks for the chance to play. LOVE your cards you are awesome.

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  8. Thanks again for this wonderful blog and the inspiration it provides. It was great to play along this week.

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  9. Lovely card. A fab sketch for all those beautiful papers that scream to be the main focal point.

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  10. I think that this is a great sketch! I had such fun making up cards with it. Thank you!

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  11. HI!!
    Beautiful Cards from DT Ladies.. thanks for the inspirations.
    I think is my first time here.

    **Sony**
    Sonia-Studio60

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  12. What a fun combo of letters and dots on your sample card.

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  13. I really enjoy your challenges. Wonderful sketch!

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  14. Great layout for showcasing PP or stamped work! Too bad my thumbnail won't show up...

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  15. Loved an excuse to use this piece of patterned paper...
    http://nancyscreativemess.blogspot.com/2010/10/feeling-like-fall.html

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