Sketch Frenzy Friday Challenge Card

Hi Everyone,

I hope you all have had an exciting Halloween.  I just got home from going Trick-or-treating with my grandchildren.  It was a lot of fun!

I made this card the other day for the Sketch Frenzy Friday Challenge but haven’t had time to post it yet.  Here is the sketch:

Handmade Cards by Classy Cut-ups Creations

 

Here is my card:

Handmade Christmas Cards

I love the Burlap Ribbon, so I decided to use it as the top layer of the banner.  The embossing folder is one I’ve had for awhile and it is not from Stampin’ Up!  (Everything else is and can be purchased in my online store.)  I used Crumb Cake Card Stock for the card base and for the embossed layer.  I sponged a little Cherry Cobbler Ink around the sides of the panel.  The snowflake from the Festive Flurry Stamp Set was embossed with White Embossing Powder on Cherry Cobbler Card Stock.  It was cut out with the coordinating Festive Flurry Die Cuts.

I like doing sketch challenges!  If you haven’t tried one yet, you really should.

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6 Responses to Sketch Frenzy Friday Challenge Card

  1. Deb says:

    What a great idea to emboss the snowflake onto Cherry Cobbler! Love all the snowflakes, too! Thanks for joining us at Sketch Frenzy Friday!

    • Terry Sudduth Duncan says:

      Thank you, Deb! I really enjoy the Sketch Frenzy Sketches, but hardly ever have time to play along. It’s a lot of fun!

  2. Yvette Rowe says:

    Very Christmasy, is that even a word? I just made it a word didn’t I!!!!! Anyway, I like it.

  3. sharon wheet says:

    what a clever, and pretty winter card! I love your snowflake and how you used the banner piece for your sentiment.
    Very pretty! and thank you for playing along with us @ SFF.

  4. Kim Innis says:

    I love your card using my favorite colors for Christmas-Crumb Cake, Cherry Cobbler, and Old Olive. Thanks for joining us for Sketch Frenzy Friday.

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