Friday, August 23, 2013

another sketch. . . .

for Sweet Sunday Sketch challenge #191:


Here is my card:



Basic Gray patterned papers, Nestabilities, a sweet stamp from Hero Arts and some enamel dots with a touch of bling, too.  Pretty much a literal take on the sketch.

I will also enter this in the Word Art Wednesday challenge.

Have a great day!


10 comments:

Virginia L. said...

So delightful!! Love love the pops of red! The little butterflies and enamel dots are just the perfect touches, Joy! Hope you enjoy the rest of summer! xoxo

Barb said...

I ADORE that paper, Joy - it is so pretty! And you've used it beautifully on this gorgeous card!

Carole Robb Bisson said...

Such a beautiful card. I especially like your paper and those little red pearls.
Thank you for sharing your God given talents with us by posting in this week’s challenge.
Surely goodness and mercy shall follow you all the days of your life.
Carole Robb Bisson
Word Art Wednesday
P.S. If you need prayer or we can help please let us know.

Dawn Turley said...

fabulous card Joy. I really love this one. So pretty.

Sally said...

Beautiful card, Joy. Love how you accented the lovely patterned paper with the doily, butterflies and gems in red.

Karen Letchworth said...

Your card is absolutely gorgeous, Joy. I feel SO blessed and SO grateful to have you share your talents with us by playing along in our challenge. Thanks for fellowshipping with us, and for sharing your art. Please join us again soon. It's wonderful having you play along and I look forward to seeing more.
Hugs,
Karen
Word Art Wednesday

Linda said...

what a gorgeous card Joy! I love these patterned papers so I'll have to look for this set.

Maureen Morton said...

Great design - so much "pop", Joy! I get so nervous placing my dots.....you've got it mastered.

Carol McCready said...

I love this card. The colors, butterflies and dots are fabulous.

Stephanie said...

Your card is soooo pretty. I really like the papers and the details you've included. Thanks so much for joining us at Word Art Wednesday.