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Sunday, April 8, 2012

365 Cards: Day 39 - Super Sketchy Sunday (Sketch by Pam Maas)

Welcome to another great week for card making at the 365 Cards Challenge!  This week, we will be playing with cute digis from Robyn's Fetish.

And of course, we have Pam's great sketch to challenge us with.  Here it is.

I made a very simple card with an Easter theme.  It is Easter after all, and so this is my way of greeting you all a Happy Easter! :)

Okay, now "hop" on over to the other Sunday girls' cards for more inspiration.

After that, it's your turn to link up your cards to the challenge blog! We look forward to seeing your wonderful card creations!

Other challenges for my card.

It's me,

13 Cookie Thoughts:

Erin (Homemade Cards by Erin) said...

I'm so literal, that I love seeing takes on the sketch that break out of the box, great job.

Dana said...

What a cute Easter card! I love that you really stretched the sketch...so creative!

Rose said...

goodness girl your take on the sketch is awesome!! LOVE your coloring :)
happy easter :)

DianeMoneyGoolsby said...

Jenny: Love your cute card. Glad you could join us at Simply Create Too for Challenge #10 – “Eggs and/or Bunnies”.

Simply Create Too Design Team Member

Gaynor said...

Gorgeous card. love the colours and that image, thanks for joining our Easter creations/Animals challenge at MMCS, hope to see you again soon, Gaynor DT xx

Anonymous said...

Cute card love the twine too! Thanks for joining in with us at Top Tip Tuesday Challenge this time, Hope you can come play again soon, hugs Samantha :0)

Liz Weber said...

Jenny your card is delicious, I adore that bunny, LOVE your easter sentiment. Thanks for sharing this yummy card with us at Hooked on Craft.

Liz Weber
Hooked on Craft Design Team

Janiel/ janny said...


Thanks for joining us with the outside challenge at Little Darlings..

Cely said...

hey jenny! thanks for linking up with lia stampz for our easter challenge! beautifully done, as usual! see you next time!

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