Monday, January 6, 2014

Monday Lunchtime Sketch Challenge 296 (TSSC296)

Here we go again!  Time for a new sketch--if you are looking for the next installment of the Re-Cap of 2013--My favorites picks for each month of the previous year--I am taking a break in the middle to post this challenge.  I will be back tomorrow to continue with the second half of the year.  If you have not see the previous three posts you may want to check them out!

So here we go with the new sketch....

I think it is a fun one and I am so amazed at the fabulous samples the team has for you--but before I show you their sample I will make you suffer through mine, lol.

 Stamps: Round Array, Sweet Essentials
Paper: Bermuda Bay, Very Vanilla, Crisp Cantaloupe
Ink: Crisp Cantaloupe, Bermuda Bay
Other: pearls, bakers twine, candy dots

Now for the amazing team samples....


Carolyn Bennett 

Again!  They do it every week--amazing!
Can't wait to see what you can come up with remember to come on back and add your direct link to the linky tool below.  Here are a few rules of play....

  1. You have a full week to play along!
  2. Create a new card using the sketch as your inspiration.
  3. Use any products you choose.
  4. Add your card to your blog or other on-line spot and link back to this challenge.
  5. Come back here and add a direct link to your sample for the challenge and NOT you home page of your blog--people will not look for your challenge card--trust me.
  6. And this one is not really a rule but a request--get rid of that word verification!  It makes it hard for us to comment on your samples.  It is easier for you to delete the spam then for us to jump through tons of hoops to comment.  If your put your comments on moderation you do not have to worry about spam--you will have the option to delete it BEFORE it ever goes on your blog so you will ALWAYS be safe!
  7. Have fun and tell you friends to play too!

    Thanks, Mary Jo

2 nice people left a comment:

inkypinkies said...

LOVE this sketch, and I love your flowery, springy card, Mary Jo! The colors are so easy on the eye!

Oma said...

I didn't see this post until yesterday but I went ahead and made a card anyway. It can be seen here: