Played in Splitcoaststampers’ Sketch Challenge today.  The Sketch can be found here.

And this is the card I made for it.

However, I did change it a bit.

Because of the embossed background design, the image circle looked much better being centered as opposed to being offset to the left as the sketch shows.  I placed the bow to weight the left side “heavier” in an attempt to disguise it.  hehe

Cuttlebug’s new “Embossing PLUS” folders are so awesome!  They are embossing folders and die cuts all in one!  This is the “Blooming Bouquet” Embossing PLUS folder used on vellum.  LOVE it!!

Finally, congrats to Diane (cookiestamper) who is the winner of my blog candy!

Happy Crafting!

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Stamps: Papertrey Ink “Wreath for all Seasons”

Papers: Papertrey Ink “Select White” and “Dark Chocolate”; Vellum

Inks: SU! “Chocolate Chip” and “Regal Rose”

Accessories: “Crochet Lace with Velvet Center” Ribbon; SU! Taffeta Ribbon; KaiserKraft Flatback Pearls; Prima; Circle Nestabilities

19 Responses to “Splitcoast Sketch Challenge #306”

  1. Absolutely stunning! Great use of the embossing folder vellum layer.

  2. Absolutely gorgeous card, Susan!! LOVE the embossed vellum. Haven’t heard of these new EF/die cut combo folders yet – going to have to check them out!! That PTI wreath is on my wish list. Fabulous work 🙂

  3. That embossed and cut vellum panel looks amazing! So does everything else too! LOL Beautiful take on the sketch, and perfectly embellished with those pearls and ribbon!

  4. Oh Boy that is Gorgeous! Wow what a beautiful card! Love the embossed vellum & the Wreath too!

  5. This is breathtaking, Susan. And I love that new folder. What a WOW card — your design is stunning.

  6. So BEAUTIFUL Susan!!

  7. Fabulous looking card Susan! The pergamo BG is WOW!!! Hugs ~S~

  8. Sooo gorgeous, Susan…the wreath image is sooo pretty and what a fabulous background you created!!!! You are such an enabler….now I have to have one of those folders…LOL!!!

  9. Very nice card. I can see why you love the new embossing plus folders. Your use of the folder with vellum looks great!

  10. Oh wow is that ever gorgeous, love the brown behind the vellum and that folder is so lovely, I had not heard of these folders, I see something new I need to ask for Christmas 🙂

  11. Susan, this is just gorgeous..our little stores just don’t carry all the “new” stuff. This is one gorgeous folder and you’ve used it to perfection.

  12. This is absolutely lovely, and I gotta say, I love your little smiley! 🙂 That made my day! ha!

  13. Gorgeous Susan! I love the muted colours and the offset bow! I have one of the cut and emboss templates…unused! You’ve inspired me to get it out and play!

  14. The new embossing folder is lovely, I haven’t checked out what is new from cuttlebug in a long time; I guess I should. The colours you chose are very pretty.
    A lovely card.

  15. That is stunning! I really love the embossing folder and how it look on the vellum paper! Love the pretty bow and flower together! The wreath is gorgeous!

  16. Beautiful card! And thanks so much…I received some happy mail today! :0)

  17. How do I make that pretty bow?

  18. This is the first I’ve seen one of these new embossing folders, and it looks sensational on vellum! It looks so pretty as a background for the wreath and I love how you layered the lace and ribbon! Gorgeous!

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