Friday, December 17, 2010

It's Time for another, Playing in Paradise Sketch Challenge #3

Well are you ready to play along with us? For this one Becky Fleck created a sketch for us and is suppling us with a sample. Also, we will be giving away her new Page Maps book ........isn't that awesome!!! So here's the sketch's for this one:

Scrapbook Page

So here's my take on the sketch and yes I did a

Products Used

Now a little bit of the deets......the main thing I did with this card is I used my new cherish punch and on the Butterfly embossed cardstock and then I stitched it with the black floss. I really love this punch!!! It gives you evenly spaced holes, so you could leave it as is or do what I did and stitch it! I was actually surprised that the stitching didn't take as long as I thought it would and it just adds so much to the card.

Then I stamped the Kids at Play set and embossed it with the Black EP. I used the Spellbinders die and cut 2 of them, this die has always reminded me of clouds, so I hope that you think so too!! I hope you all enjoyed my version of the sketch, thanks for stopping by and checking it out!!!

Now go and check out what everyone else has done:

Head on over to the Scrapbooker's Paradise Blog to check out all the photos and new products.........and don't forget that Scrapbooker's Paradise Online Store is offering FREE SHIPPING on orders shipped before Dec. 31st!!

Don't forget to if you would like to win some blog candy head over to the Scrapbooker's Paradise Blog and leave a comment on the post for the Feature Product.......a winner will be randomly chosen on Monday Dec, 20th!!!


NickelNook said...

What a beautiful card Kim! I've been wondering what the Street Lace papers looked like! What a wonderful stamp set! I love it!...Nancy :o)

Sparkly Pink Star said...

This card is so different, I love it! That stamp set is amazing!

Shirley Fread said...

Really love the sentiment on this card and everything else!

Laura (scrapnextras) said...

Beautiful Kim! Love your colours and that image couldn't be more perfect for the sketch!