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Friday, October 9, 2009

Blogger's Challenge


This week's blogger's challenge is a sketch card.

I made mine a Holiday card using the Christmas Cocoa Designer Paper. I love this paper as it is flocked and also has a shimmer. I know that you really can't see that.

The stamp set is Delightful Decorations using the Ornament punch which conveniently fits this stamp set!! How easy is that?



Enjoy the long weekend! I can't wait to see what my blogging friends have done!

Marilyn

14 comments:

Rachel Hope said...

Very pretty! TFS! :)

Margaret Raburn said...

Wow, love your take on the sketch and using this paper with the ornament in the circle is a great idea! So pretty!

Shelly Schmidt said...

Great Holiday card- very pretty. TFS

Lisa Bohler said...

You used that DSP so well on this card...it's so lovely!

Marcia said...

Oh, this is pretty. Love your use of DSP

:) Marcia P

Basement Stamper said...

Love those papers together, the silver is gorgeous. A very wintery card!

Barbara said...

Don't you just love that ornament punch?!! GREAT take on this week's sketch....this is a wonderful holiday card!

Tami Black said...

Marilyn,

some of my favorite cards are those that we can put together easily but they make us happy immediatley when we see them. This is one of those card. Love it!

Kimberly Gajewski said...

Very pretty Marilyn! Love the colors! :D

Patti Chesky said...

So pretty Marilyn!! I love that flocked paper.

njburk said...

Very pretty--Love that DSP--I'm using it for my Portland SWAPS--Hey---are you going????
Nola from Westford.

Selene Kempton said...

Super cute! Love these colors Marilyn.

Ida P. Krause said...

Very Pretty. Love the Ornament as the focal image and that DP is wonderful.

Connie said...

Oh, love that ornament punched from the flocked DSP! Great job!