What a fun challenge Julia has for us over on Splitcoaststampers today! She has challenged us to use our computers in making a card. So first using Word I drew up this little sketch.

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Then I made a card using it.

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The sentiment was also done using Word (and Websters) and then printed out on card stock. The word “happy” is a font called “Adler” that I got from ScrapVillage.

If anyone wants to make a card using this sketch, please feel free to do so. Post a comment here with a link to your card. I would LOVE to see what you have come up with!

Happy Stamping!!

Stamps: Circle of Friendship
Paper: Real Red, Whisper White, East Coast Prep DP
Ink: Printer Ink, Real Red, Jet Black Stazon
Accessories: GG Ribbon, Circle Punches, Computer

12 Responses to “SCS “Ways to Use It” Challenge #156”

  1. That looks like a challenging layout, and you did fabulous with it Susan!! Pretty colors and papers too!

  2. Wow! Great job making your sketch in Word. I love the card you made with it. Very happy with all the bright colors and patterns!

  3. Susan, that is one happy card! I love the layout and the sentiment you printed out! I chickened out and sat this challenge out! LOL
    Hugs and smiles

  4. This is great! So clever! Maybe this weekend I’ll have time to play.
    LeAnne

  5. Love your card and I can’t wait to try this sketch challenge. I love the challenges, they are so motivating!! Thanks

  6. Very bright cheery card. Joan

  7. Terrific…love the patterned paper and the layout too!

  8. This definately IS a happy card! Love the bright colors and great sketch!

  9. Susan, this is absolutely beautiful….love the bright colors =)

  10. What a fun card! Love the sketch and colors! Your computer sentiment is great! 🙂

  11. I made a card using your sketch ’cause I liked yours so much! Not the easiest sketch but it was fun. Check it out here:
    http://embellishedpaper.blogspot.com/2008/03/rainy-day-challenge.html

  12. I love this bright fun paper! Great job with the sketch!!!

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