Thursday, 15 November 2012

Another Sketch Card

Hi there

I'm trying to get all my November and December Birthday cards made so that I can concentrate on finishing off the Christmas card list.  I've used this week's Waltzingmouse sketch for my card today;

Here is my interpretation

I've used the Hyacinth stamp from the Vintage Garden Flowers set from Waltzingmouse, I really love this stamp set! As my colouring skills are non existent I have paper-pieced the image instead.

 I kept the card clean and simple using a border punch for the decorative edge and finishing off with some blue organza ribbon and a few blue pearls, both from the Pretty Little Ribbon Shop.

I'd also like to enter this into the following challenge;

Charisma Cards - Cool Colours
Stampin for the weekend - All Stitched up

Thanks for visiting,
Sarah x 


  1. Sarah, that whispy blue bow just took my breath away - it is perfectly paired with the hyacinth image - so formal and seriously stunning!

  2. Absolutely beautiful! The subtle colours and that fabulous bow - just wonderful!

  3. what a lovely clean card design with your pretty hydrangeas! Thanks for playing with the WMS sketch this week!

  4. You certainly have achieved lovely clean crisp lines your credit card Sarah and organza bow is the lovely finishing touch.

    Hope you have a lovely weekend.

    B x

  5. So soft and lovely, Sarah! The stitching around the seed packet is perfect. Love the coloring and how everything pops off of the white card base!

  6. So beautiful, love the clean crisp feel to this card. Beautiful stamped hyacinths and gorgeous subtle colours. Enjoy the weekend ;)

  7. Beautiful!
    That image is just stunning...
    and set against the white with that gorgeous blue bow...
    So happy you could play along with us this week at WMSC! :)

  8. Stunning card, love your design and colours, thanks for joining us at Charisma Cardz, hugs, Sarah x

  9. I am lucky enough to have this card sitting right here and very beautiful it is too! The flowers and leaves are all so intricately paper pieced - quite a stunning card in real life :)