Wednesday, June 5, 2013

IHS021 & SFF053113


Happy Wednesday, everyone!  You know how you have that “letdown” after a big event….Christmas, wedding, birth….that’s sort of how I felt yesterday after saying goodbye to my college roommates!  I had some photos printed for them and thought I would make a couple of cards to go with them, using some current sketches.  The first one is the Sketch Frenzy Friday sketch:

I recently got some new papers, so I did some random stamping with some sentiment stamps on this plaid background, then added my focal image, stamped in Melon Mambo:


A little embossed mat and some organdy flowers finished off this simple card.

The next one (I made two of these) uses the I {heart} sketches sketch:


I flipped this sketch on its side and made it a standard A4 size:


I used the same images and sentiments, but different colors and papers!  It’s fun to see how different a card can be when you change the elements!


I miss my friends already!  I hope they enjoy these cards!  If you have any questions about them, please be sure to send me an email!


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  1. Beautiful cards! Love the random stamped sentiments! And those organdy flowers are a perfect embellishment! Thanks for joining us at Sketch Frenzy Friday!

  2. Hi Leanne, What a great idea to randomly stamp the sentiment on the DSP! I love this idea. Both of your cards are great and so creative! Thanks for playing along with us over at SFF.

  3. Wow I love your randomly stamped words on both cards. Your roommates will for sure love these cards. I like the way you flipped the sketch for the second card. I agree with you about how changing the elements creates a totally different card with a beauty and style all its own.
    Hi sweet Cassidy.

  4. LeAnne, beautfiul card and great take with our sketch.

    Thanks for joining us @ Delightful Inspiration {from the heart}

  5. Great card for our sketch at SFF. I love that sentiment also. Thanks for joining us this week!



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