Played along in the Splitcoaststampers Sketch Challenge today.  The sketch is flipped 90 degrees.


Used this wonderful sketch to get started on some Christmas cards.  December will be here before you know it, and my supply of Christmas cards is almost nonexistent.


I’m in the CLASSroom today, too!  Hope you will come on over and see what I’ve been up to with some beloved Inchies.  I just love those cute little things!

Also Ellen Hutson is having a wonderful sale on some fabulous products over in her store.  Be sure to check it out and use the Promo Code WPVSS for a 15% savings!!


Happy Crafting!


All supplies used on the Sketch Card are from Stampin’ Up!.

Stamps: Berry Christmas and Teeny Tiny Wishes

Papers: Chocolate Chip, Very Vanilla and Raspberry Tart DSP

Inks: Chocolate Chip, Ruby Red, Old Olive and Summer Sun

Accessories: Alpine Ribbon Originals, Petals-A-Plenty Embossing Folder and 5/16″ Chocolate Chip Brad

22 Responses to “A Sketch Challenge at SCS and Inchies in the CLASSroom”

  1. I love the babushka card, Susan, the colours are delightful and the images so pretty.

  2. wow love your card and great use of the sketch! I might have to scraplift this one! 🙂

  3. beautiful card- love the sketch! I wish I was working on Christmas too.

  4. Yay! Another crazy person like me who has started her Christmas cards already! Love it!

  5. Gorgeous, Susan! Love the pretty poinsettia stamping!

    ….and hey, thanks for the advice on the aluminum foil in my scallop punch. 🙂

  6. This is absolutely gorgeous. Thanks for the inspiration. Stunning mix of texture and stamping.

  7. Darling card, Susan 😀 Love the Christmas theme, EF you used and colours. Wonderfully done.

  8. Susan, I love your Christmas card, and your Classroom card is adorable. I’ll have to give that a try. That doll stamp is too cute! TFS!

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  10. Great tutorial in the classroom, Susan! Love your sample and your Sketch challenge sample as well. Love that you turned the sketch.
    Hugs and smiles

  11. I love the beautiful layering, embossing, and stamping on your Christmas card! The colors are warm and wonderful, and your inches card is adorable! Hope your feet are healing nicely now 🙂

  12. Love this Christmas card! The colors and embossing are just fantastic!

  13. Wonderful take on the sketch – reminds me, I wanted to make more Christmas cards….
    Will go now to the classroom and have a look there…

  14. Christmas cards…yikes!!!! It will be here before ya know it and I don’t have many either…I better get on the stick!!! Since it is supposed to be in the 100’s here this weekend, making Christmas cards may cool me off…LOL!!! Your card is gorgeous, Susan….I love the stamps you used and the colors are one of my favorite Christmas combos!!!

  15. Love your Christmas cards, Susan! Way to plan ahead! 😉

  16. I got nothin! So many people doing Christmas cards and all I can say is I got nothin! I really do need to get cracking…..Christmas will be here soon! Love your card. On my way to check out the Classroom!

  17. Wow! Both of the cards are gorgeous! Especially love the one with Russian wooden doll! Really like the idea with inches and Nestabilities! And look at the cute little bird on the first card! Love how the design of the stamp of the Poinsettias matches to the embossing!

  18. Love how your stamping on the first one goes so perfectly with the textured square, so pretty.
    Your second card is too cute!

  19. Love both of these Susan.

  20. Hello there – I scrap lifted your card! I hope you don’t mind. 🙂 I think you saw it on my blog already but I wasn’t sure if you knew that you were my inspiration! 🙂

  21. WOW Christmas already…are we really going there?!?!?! lol I am so not ready to start thinking holidays! I love your card though!!!

  22. I so love your Christmas jump-start! The red poinsettias made me smile all over …. and I’m so impressed at your early start on the cards! Way to go!


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