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Getting Sketchy with the Girls…

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Hello Friends,

This week over at JUGS, Sharyn is are fabulous hostess!

She came up with a fantastic sketch for us this time to get us started!

 Love this sketch Sharyn!!!

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I told you it was great!

Too bad yours truly screwed it up a little bit!  Seems to be a pattern for me lately! 😦

I only made 4 back panels instead of 5…..OOPS!!!!  GEEZ Nanc’!!!

My double stick tape is like super glue so there was no going back!

I hope I am forgiven when you see my card!

JUGS

I must say the Summer Silhouettes Stamp set from Stampin Up…just might be my favorite SU set ever!

It’s my go to set…that is for sure!

I saw this cool sample over on Pinterest from the UBER talented

Amy White

Her card was my inspiration!!! I linked up her blog for you, so go have a looksie!

I am going to be doing more and more blog sharing of all the talented people

out there in blogland that inspire me and keep me motivated in this wonderful craft!

Who knows….YOU could be next!

I think it’s such a compliment to someone if you CASE their work….don’t you agree? 

Thankful Summer flowers

I loved this panel so much that I thought it would be fun to create more then one!

Some details:

The banner die cut and the sentiment is from Verve.

All the ink is also Stampin UP along with the scalloped punch.

I drew the vase myself and I think the rest is self explanatory.

Now head on over to JUST US GIRLS and see what the rest of my

talented teammates have done with this sketch!

JUGs blog

Sharyn Polesel

Maria Levine

Sue Trembeth

Marisa Ritzen

Sue VanDeVusse

Lisa Kind

Vicki Dutcher

Cheryl Rowley

Happy Weekend,

Nanc’

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17 thoughts on “Getting Sketchy with the Girls…

  1. Love how colorful this is! You did the sketch proud too! So pretty (even with only four panels instead of five…LOL!). Beautiful card!

  2. Beautiful card Nancy. Love how you did the panels and the pretty colors. I thought they were patterned paper at first. Fabulous job.

  3. What a pretty card Nancy. I love the colors. I wish I had just gone with 4 panels instead of spending 45 minutes trying to get them right! 🙂

  4. Fun inspired card — and YES I am hugely complimented when I inspire someone!

  5. I love your card Nancy, so bright and fun. I take inspiration from you all the time, your cards are amazing, and now thanks to you I am following Amy’s blog too, and yes it is wonderful when someone takes inspiration from something you have done, a true compliment.

  6. Way to flash the Verve and bring a breath of spring into Fall 🙂

  7. What a fantastic sketch! Your card is just beautiful!

  8. Nancy, what a fun card this is with the gorgeous colors and flowers. I’m really loving that orange die cut. Is that from Verve? I agree with Marisa. What a way to bring a breath of Spring into Fall. It really is lovely!

  9. FABULOUS card, beautiful colors and DP. I’m thinking had you not said anything about the panels no one would have noticed! lol.. It really is a beauty…..screw up or not! LOL

  10. Nancy, this is so fun and cheerful! Love that gingham vase on the scalloped circle. I really like the addition of the little flags, too. I am glad I am not the only one who used just 4 panels.

  11. This design really pops on the black background, and I LOVE that you stamped all the PP yourself. Thanks for the kind comment on my DD-DT post! So excited!

  12. Fabulous card!! Love this layout. Such fun 🙂 ~Sophia

  13. Nancy, I love your bright and beautiful card! Great use of the sketch!

  14. OMGosh, Nancy, that is something I would do! Oh Well…you card is so PRETTY, I wouldn’t change a thing! LOVE the vase in the circle and your colors~!

  15. I love this! Riotous color, pattern and oodles of layers. I LOVE IT!!!

  16. Greta card, really bright and cheerful

    Thank you so much for leaving a lovely comment on my blog
    Happy Crafting!
    Hugs
    Bridie@BGPayne Crafts

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