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Saturday, April 11, 2009

Sketch Saturday

Hello I have made this card for the sketch saturday challenge blog. I love the sketch and I have flipped it! I used a digital download (amazing designs such value for money) from sketching stamper digi stamps for the backdrop to the image. I used a stamp for the main image and the larger cactus. I used papers from My craft studio.




Lurghi rife here today! Headaches, coughs allsorts,:(. I managed to get the printer connected and this has made me happy!

12 comments:

Hazel (Didos) said...

Glad the Lurghi has left mine but sorry to hear it is at yours now. Love the card. Just perfect for my Hubby who is writing Cowboy Joe the Panto just now for our local theatre group. Noted down where you got it all! Hope you are otherwise having a great Easter Weekend. Hazelxo

All Pink girl said...

Fabulous card ,love the stamp you have used with the digi ,brilliant ,hugs Dawnxxx

Sue said...

brill card pascale great scene, sorry the lurkie is at yours hope it soon goes, sue.x

Riet said...

wowww Pascale,what a beautiful card,l love the image and colour.

hugs Riet.x

Kim Piggott said...

Great card Pascale love Chris's downloads!
So sorry that you have illness!
hugs
kim x

tracie said...

Fab card Pascale, love the scene you've created.
Thanks for joining us this week at PBSC.
Enjoy the weekend
Happy Easter
Hugs
Tracie :)x

helen said...

aww hon sorry you not feeling well hope you better soon
hugs
helen x
great card by the way
happy easter
x

Jeanette said...

Fabulous Pascale! I love seeing how you interpreted the sketch. You rock it every time!
Thanks for joining in with us again at Sketch Saturday! Happy Easter! Hugs Jeanette

debby4000 said...

Fabulous card brilliant job with background.
Hope you're feeling better soon.
luv
Debby

Cherry said...

Lovely cards and a fantastic blog - how do you fit it all in? XXX

Cherry said...

Lovely cards and a fantastic blog - how do you fit it all in? XXX

Sandra said...

Fab card Pascale. Love Chris's design that you have used. Great interpretation of the sketch.
Hugs
Sandra xx