Sunday, May 6, 2012

Knowledge is the key

Hello.  This is the first of 3 posts I'm working on this afternoon.  These weekends are just TOO short!
I created this card for a customer whose grand-daughter will be graduating from high school in a few weeks.  I also created a framed photo collage for her.  I hope they both will happy with the results!  I know I enjoyed creating them :)

This card is going into the challenge at Unscripted Sketches #157.

And, my take on the sketch ~

I'll list my supplies below.  Thanks so much for taking a look today!

What's in it:
card stock: not quite navy, whisper white (SU)
stamps: lock & key (PTI)
ink: bordering blue (SU), onyx black (Versafine)
dsp: blueberry crisp (SU)
other: white number stickers (The Paper Studio), white pearl flourish (Recollections by Michaels)


  1. What a great layout!!!!Love everything about it!!!
    Thanks for joining us at Unscripted Sketches!

  2. Great idea to use the sketch for a Graduation card. I'm sure they will love it. Glad you could play with us at Unscripted Sketches.

  3. Great take on this week's sketch! I love the swirl of pearls and how you have stamped the sentiment over the keys. I am sure that your customer will be absolutely thrilled with your project. Thanks for sharing your creations with us this week at Unscripted Sketches :)

  4. This is a treasure. I like your color choices with the photograph, that's not always easy!

  5. Wonderful way to use the sketch. Love the quote, too ~ perfect for the occasion! Thanks for playing along with Unscripted Sketches!

  6. What a fabulous way to use the sketch! Thanks for playing at Unscripted Sketches this week!

  7. Perfect for graduation...thanks for joining us at Unscripted Sketches this week!

  8. Lovely! Love your take on the sketch and the quote is perfect for graduation. TFS


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