Welcome to Day #2 of the next in a series of Sketch Challenge
Blog Hopssponsored by my friend Jennifer at the Crafty Card Gallery.
I'm guest designing this week for Jennifer, too!
Everyone has had so much fun doing these with Jennifer that it's turned into a regular event.
The purpose of this hop is to show how all of these talented bloggers can take the same sketch and come up with totally different cards.
If you've never used a card sketch before, give it a try! If you missed Day #1's cards, be sure to scroll further down to see all of the cards in the challenge.
So sit back & be inspired!
For my Day #2 card, I made a card to send to "Cards for Emily," a cause-related collection for a dear child suffering from Leukemia. You can read more about Emily HERE, and join in ...
To make this card, I used happy/fun pink papers that I stitched in a swirly pattern to try to imitate the curls around the flowers in the floral patterned paper. I did the same loopy curls around the medallion, which I cut using a Spellbinders Nestabilities Classic Ovals die. I trimmed the medallion with flowers (cut with a Sizzix die), and wrapped the card in a bow. Inside, I handwrote an inspirational message to the young girl, and wished her happy times ahead in her recovery.
My card for Day #1 is this Bee-ooutiful card...
Your next stop on the Sketch Challenge Hop is one of my Best Bloggie Friends, RACHELLE.
If you get lost along the way, here is the full Hop line-up:
Jennifer: http://Ashley: http://
Ellen ♥ CardMonkey: http://
cardmonkey-business.blogspot.co m/ - You're here
creationsbyrachelle.blogspot.co m/ - This is your next stop!