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.


Then I made a card using it.


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.

  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:

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

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