Thursday, March 17, 2011

Some Sketches With For the Record

Hi friends! Sorry I'm late to blog today! First thing this morning, we had to take Brady to the doctor. Turns out he had an ear infection. Then we had friends over to play for most of the day. After that, I crafted a little and made dinner.

Today, I'm gonna blog TWO cards! Wow! It's like I have mojo or something! I got inspired by some Echo Park For the Record. I decided to try out some of the sketch challenges with this fabby line. I'm also entering this in the typewriter challenge for the Gingersnap Creations blog.

This first card is for the GetSketchy sketch this week. I used For the Record papers, sticker, and cut out the sentiment from the page they offer with the journalling spots on it. The buttons are from the $1 bin at Michael's and the string is May Arts.
The next card is for a sketch from my friend Tiff. This is her sketch #11 and you can find it HERE. This time, I added some fun May Arts ribbon and a Unity sentiment to my card. I LOVE this sketch from Tiff! It really inspired me!

Hope you have a fabulous day friends!

Card Details:

Don't Forget card:
Cardstock: cream
Patterned Paper/Sticker: Echo Park For the Record
Misc: Micheael's buttons, May Arts burlap string

Thanks card:
Cardstock: cream
Patterned Paper: Echo Park For the Record
Stamps: Unity Sentiments O'Simple
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
Misc: Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher, May Arts ribbon


  1. Make sure you join our typewriter fun over at the Gingersnap Creations blog ... love this card.

  2. Love these cards, with their beautiful fresh spring palette of colors. I'm also quite partial to your typewriter image... I used the same one! You know what they say about great minds.... tee hee. Thanks so much for joining our Gingersnap Creations Typewriter challenge.

  3. You are on a roll girlie! These are gorgeous!

  4. Just love the bright colors here. Such fun cards!

  5. Your cards are loverly :) Congrats on your happy email!!!! Thanks for playing again!

  6. Both cards are so sweet! Love your take for the Get Sketchy card. The colors and typewriter are fabulous!