Come and sketch with me!

I’m on holidays this week, just catching up after Convention, and so I’ve had a bit of time to join in with this week’s Case-ing the Catty blog hop.

You may have come from Tricia’s blog (isn’t she clever!), or be starting here with me.

We are doing a sketch challenge this week and have been inspired by the doily card on page 22 of the AU/NZ Occasions catalogue.

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I love doilies but I wanted to try and think out of the box so I had a look at my framelits and decided to use the Floral Frames (the second largest one).

Seeing as there is a new Royal baby this week, (Congratulations to Prince William and Kate!!), I wanted to make a baby girl card.

I seem to have used about 4 different sets of framelits on this card!! Floral Frames, Banner framelits, Baby’s First and Itty Bitty Banners. I crinkled the flower and then sponged it to give a bit of texture. Do you know where I got the background stamps from? It’s the Build a Bouquet stamp set!!

I couldn’t decide on which colour for the pram, so I made 2 cards! It’s always handy to have extra in your stash.

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I hope you like my cards!! The next stop on the hop is Stasia.

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And speaking of convention, those of us on the Design team who were able to attend, caught up to have a photo! It was like being photographed by the Paparazzi!! Except that none of us got a good picture!! Lol!

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Happy stamping!

Rebecca

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7 thoughts on “Come and sketch with me!

  1. This is so pretty Rebecca! The scrunched framelit adds lovely texture too. Lovely to meet you at Convention – that photo is lovely…yes, we had quite the array of photographers…my face was hurting from smiling!! 🙂

  2. These are just too cute! Love how you’ve added texture on the Floral Frames cutout!
    It was so nice to meet you at Convention 🙂

  3. I love the soft colours you have used on your baby card. Your floral framelit works a treat & that build a bouquet stamped background is just so clever. I hadn’t even thought of using that stamp in that way!

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