Watercooler Challenge

Here’s another Watercooler Challenge for you!  This is a sketch challenge – designed by me!  It was inspired by a card I received from my up-up-upline, Denise Waddell.  Here’s the sketch.

Sketch Challenge, Stampin' Up!

You can see the sketch and the cards designed by the design team here.  I designed a great card for this one – but I forgot to wait until the challenge and I posted it weeks ago.  Oops.  So here’s the “official” one for the challenge.

Painted Petals, Stampin' Up!Almost everything on this card is from the Stampin’ Up! Occasions Catalog.  I used the Painted Petals stamp set with the Painted Blooms designer series paper.  I added a “Hello You” thinlit die-cut and soft sky twine from the Painted Blooms Cotton Twine.   From the annual catalog, there’s a Tea Lace paper doily and some punched flowers with candy dot centers.

I think I needed some spring when I created this.  There are so many flowers!  I’m pretty sure this is one I made when we were having that un-southernly weather this winter.

Please join us in our challenge!  Create a card (or scrapbook page!) using the sketch, then link it to the challenge blog.  Be sure to link the challenge blog to your blog as well.  We post a new challenge every two weeks, so you have lots of time!  If your project is selected as the fave, you’ll get to post a super cool badge to your blog!

Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy!  Have a wonderful day.



About buffycooper

Among other things, I am a musician who enjoys papercrafting (specifically with rubber stamps), a Stampin' Up!® demonstrator, Christian, wife and mom to two great boys.
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2 Responses to Watercooler Challenge

  1. Marsha Reed says:

    Pretty card, Buffy. Love the sketch you gave us to work with.


  2. Heidi Weaver says:

    Hi Buffy, great card for a great sketch. I love the way you’ve combined the sentiment with the Hello You thinlits.


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