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Sunday, September 6, 2009

Technostamper's Monday Lunchtime Sketch Challenge #86

This weeks Technostamper's Monday Lunchtime Sketch Challenge was a great one, fairly easy! I had been working on some cards and this layout was perfect for the Upsy Daisy set. Of course I had to make the layout work with the image and rotated it.

I've been enjoying the long weekend, got some stamping done last night and not sure I'll make it late tonight as we're hoping to meet some friends on the lake tomorrow. Need to get my beauty rest so I'll look good in that swimsuit tomorrow (ha! ha!).

Hope you all are having a great holiday weekend!


Card details:
Stamp Set: Upsy Daisy
Cardstock: Rose Red, Papertrey Ink Stamper's Select, Basic Grey Eva Collection
Inks: Rose Red
Accessories: water bottle

9 comments:

Lisa Bohler said...

This is adorable! Love how you flipped the sketch. That is one of my favorite sets ever!

MJ said...

Super job. You are the ONLY player so far, I did not even make my sample yet. Thanks so much.

Lisa Somerville said...

Very prety Kim, love your choice of colors!

Margaret Raburn said...

Ooooo, beautimous!!! Beautiful colors and execution! Simple and classy!

Margaret Kane Ward said...

Kim, love your sample. I've got a portrait card in mind, but I'll have to try the landscape setting next. Thanks for the inspiration

Margaret Kane Ward said...

Kim, thanks for the suggestion on conditioning the stamp. The stamps are new to me, also and maybe that's why I'm not happy with how well they took the ink. I've not had problems previously with red rubber not inking up well right from the get-go; we'll see if that helps. Thanks for visiting & commenting at my blog.

Holly said...

This is so clean and simple and gorgeous! I cased your idea to flip it around - thanks so much for the inspiration!

Charlotte said...

Here's some Love -- Love it! Love how you flipped the sketch. Great job!!

Margaret Raburn said...

Hi Kim! I love your card! You paper and color choices as well as the daisy stamp make this a fresh and inviting composition. I like the sketch turned horizontal also! TFS!

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