Cards, Creating Pretty Cards, Photopolymer

Creating Pretty Cards Sketch (CPC77)

I am participating in another monthly card challenge, Creating Pretty Cards at Craft Project Central. Here is sketch #77 and the sample card:

Each month in addition to the great 3D projects that Craft Project Central has for you, they also host a monthly card challenge – Creating Pretty Cards!! To help you recreate the sketch each month, they also provide a free Sketch Mini Tutorial! This mini tutorial has information about how the inspiration card (using the sketch) was created, supplies used, and basic measurements!!

This month’s sketch challenge was designed by Buffy Cooper, and you can find her easy-to-follow tutorial HERE.  I hope that you will create a card for the challenge!  Did you know . . . For every ten cards submitted, Craft Project Central will pick one winner of a FREE one-month subscription!  The winner(s) will get to select the month of their choice!  Head on over to Craft Project Central to learn more and submit your creation!!

Here is my card creation based on sketch #77.  I am using a few things from the Painted Autumn Suite in the Holiday Catalog.  I love the bold, water-colored images of the DSP and now with the cooler fall like weather we are having in Southern California, it seems fitting to make a fall card.  I love how it turned out, hope you enjoy it too!

GOTTA HAVE IT?  Please click on the Stampin’ Up! product images below for more details and easy, on-line shopping.  A printable supply list is available as well!

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