Saturday, March 17, 2012

Red Hot Stampers Sketch

Hello all!  Today we had a stamp crop at my church and had so much fun.  And of course while I was there I was looking for sketches and found this sketch over at Red Hot Stampers Sketch Challenge blog.  And actually I made two cards with it.  This was the second one I made and decided to use my framelits on the outside and the inside. 

I also used the stamp set Easter Dove!  Here is a side view of the card!

And then of course the inside!

Items used for this card are Stampin' Up!:
Stamp Set: Easter Dove
Card Stock: Daffodil Delight, Very Vanilla, Pool Party
Designer Series Paper: Attic Boutique
Labels Collection Framelits Dies
Classic Ink: Pool Party, Daffodil Delight for sponging the flowers
Boho Blossoms Punch
1/8" Taffeta very vanilla ribbon

Now here is my second card using the same sketch.

Now this is using some new paper from Stampin' Up! that will be available on pre-order for everyone starting April 1st.  Isn't that exciting.  It is called Summer Smooch.

Here is a side view!

It actually does grow on you doesn't it!  I added the yellow border after the fact.  Just seemed like it was missing something.

Items used are Stampin' Up!
Stamp Set: Easter Dove
Card Stock: Rich Razzleberry, Whisper White, Daffodil Delight
Designer Series Paper: Summer Smooch
Labels Collection Framelits
Beautiful Wings Embosslits die
Island Indigo Classic Ink
Ribbon from sale-a-bration

Thanks so much for looking and now I have to run and get ready to eat before my husband leaves without me.  Have a great evening!


Glenda Calkins said...


Beautiful Cards! Love the punched out piece on the front; perfect for this stamp. Thanks for playing along with the Red Hot Stampers.

Autumn Mist said...

Lovely cards, what a gorgeous sentiment.

Simply Sara Stampin' said...

Beautiful Easter cards using the Red Hot Stampers sketch! Thanks for playing along with us.

Natalie said...

Beautiful cards, Jonia! What a wonderful sketch, great choice to frame out "He is Risen" love it!!

Rachel Verbrugge said...

What great cards. I love the colors for each of them. Thanks for playing along with the Red Hots.