Saturday, September 3, 2011

The Sweet Stop Sketch 124

Hi everyone!! This is going to be a fast post but I will be back with more in the morning hours.  Here is my card for this weeks The Sweet Stop Sketch.  Yes I know it doesn't look like my normal style but I thought I would try something different and well, I think I better stick with what I am more comfortable with:)
Here is this weeks sketch, Korin has come up with another great one and I hope you will join us.  I used the sentiment from Your Friendship from Sweet 'n Sassy .

Please stop by and visit the rest of The Sugar Babies.  Sadly Jennipher Lowery's DT term was up at The Sweet Stop and we are going to miss her but don't forget to stop by and visit her she is starting a new challenge blog and is having a Design Team call and you can check it out HERE.  I would also like to send out a big welcome to Lori Ames who is joining the team this week.
The Sugar Babies
I will see you again a little bit later today but I need to go get some sleep before I start rambling on:)


Kim O'Connell said...

Those distressed edges are so cool! And that little butterfly is the perfect touch. Such a sweet sentiment, too!

Shannon White said...

Love the fabulous colors you chose, wonderful dp's and and your distressing is terrific! I just love the terrific sentiment and sweet butterflies too!

A very Happy long weekend to you!


Cathymac said...

Trying a new style can be intimidating, but the look you achieved on your card is beautiful,Shelby! Love the distressed edges and the papers you used...a perfect way to focus on the wonderful sentiment! Have a wonderful Labor Day weekend!

Wendy Ramlakhan said...

Oh I love all the distressing and texture...beautiful card Shelby. You did a great job working out of your comfort zone.

Monika/Buzsy said...

Oh, so pretty Shelby. Glad you tried this style. Love the pretty papers, the distressing! The tag and circle look great in the middle. :o)

Jennipher Lowery said...

I love this Shelby! I think it's the first time I've seen you just use a sentiment. You've done some great distress work on this paper. Thanks for the mention about my new challenge blog. Much appreciated.

Janice M said...

Awesome card Shelby! Love all the distressing!

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