Saturday, March 3, 2012

Sparkle N Sprinkle March Sketch Challenge SNSSC05

Did you know that Sparkle N Sprinkle sponsors a monthly sketch challenge AND that you can win a stamp set of YOUR CHOICE for playing along?  You didn't?  Well, now you do! 

Here's the sketch for this month (SNSSC05) and my take on it.  Be sure to pop over to the SNS site to see what the other designers have created using this sketch then link up your own creation.  You've got until March 31 to get linked to win that stamp set.








Supplies:
Paper - Stampin Up So Saffron, Bashful Blue, DP (retired); Neenah cream
Ink - Memento Black; Copic markers
Other - Glitter - SNS Pistachio G1053; May Arts ribbon; Martha Stewart flowers; PTI banner die; Spellbinders Classic Square dies; Sakura glue pen


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9 comments:

Brenda said...

Love it! It's clean and simple and your coloring is awesome. Love the little flower branch too!

Donna Ellis said...

Charlene, your card is BEAUTIFUL! Love those colors with the golds and blues together. It's a fantasy hummer, with fantasy sparkles! Charlene, how did you stretch the ribbon so perfectly over the corners of your layers? It's a wonderfully-clean look - very professional. Which die are your dogwood flowers cut from?

{VICKI} said...

love your card

scrappymo! said...

Very effective...great take on the sketch.
I love that dogwood die!

Annette said...

aww this hummingbird is so pretty...I love this card...

Riet said...

What a beautiful card Charlene.

Hugs Riet.xx

Winnie said...

I love your card. It screams Spring to me. Your bird is colored so lovely and love the flowers and color combo. (It is only day 3 on my blog and I don't know how to turn off my word verification..I do moderate already... thanks for pointing that out...)

Stampin' Hands have Happy Hearts said...

What a sweet hummingbird:) Great take on the sketch.

Barbara Bruder said...

Charlene your card is lovely. I especially like the dogwood flowers. You will have to clue us in on how you made the dogwood flowers. Thanks for joining in the sketch challenge this month at SNS