Saturday, July 24, 2010

Sweet Sunday Sketch #79

I'm just gonna cut to the chase because I'm barely getting this thing done before the deadline for posting my sample (shhh! Don't tell Karen)!! It's Sunday. You know the drill...Sweet Sunday Sketch Challenge time. Here's this week's sketch:

I made a few slight changes to my hybrid card:

I used the adorable new Momma's Boy kit by Melissa Bennett (Sweet Shoppe) for my printed digi papers and embellishments, adding a stamped sentiment from the Say it with Style set (PTI) and a few buttons. It was really a super quick and easy card to throw together (good thing too, since I waited until the VERY last minute this week!! LOL).

Be sure to check out the other Sweet Sunday Stampers' blogs and see what they've done with the sketch.
Then play along with us and post your own creation using InLinkz over on today's post on Karen's Blog!

Dude You Rock card:
Stamps: Say it with Style (PTI)
Paper: Printed digi paper from Momma's Boy by Melissa Bennett (Sweet Shoppe); Early Espresso CS (SU); Soft Stone, Kraft CS (PTI)

Ink: Early Espresso (SU)
Accessories: Buttons (PTI); Oval Nestabilities (Spellbinders); printed digi elements from Momma's Boy by Melissa Bennett (Sweet Shoppe)


Laura (scrapnextras) said...

What a fun and cheerful card! Perfect for a always do the best guy cards!

Krista said...

U rock ! ;-) Love the card !!

Lynn Put said...

Fabulous card Jen! I love the colors and the layering of the different elements around the oval!

Anonymous said...

This is seriously wicked girlfriend!

Karen Motz said...

Jen, I love this! The stars and circle elements work perfectly together!!

Vicki Burdick said...

Super cool card Jen!! Love it!

Melissa Rodgers said...

Love what you did with the sketch Jen! Super cute!!

Leontine said...

Hello Jen,

First of all: your cards are wonderful! I like them always! That brings me to a question: on which kind of paper do you print you digital pieces? I use cardstock but the colours are more pale that they should be. I didn't make a lot of hybrid cards till now, but I like to. The kits are so versatile!


Kimberly Gajewski said...

What a terrific card Jen! Such a wonderful mix of colors! Love it! :D