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Stamping 411 sketch challenge 125

Saturday Sketch Challenge 125
I thought the cards made by Heather and Karen looked great. So I played with the sketch they have going on over at Stamping 411.  Thanks Heather and Karen for posting about it on your blogs. I have  added Stamping 411 to my favorites!

            

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25 Responses

  1. absolutely beautiful. i love your work it all should be framed!!!

  2. This is GORGEOUS Lisa!! I love everything about it!!! This could also be a great masculine card. Keep it up girl!!!
    Hugs

  3. Your card is stunning! Thanks for sharing it with us!

  4. Simply gorgeous! Love all the paper piercing on the layers – it gives so much texture. Great job!
    Thanks for playing along on the 411 this week!

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  6. Gorgeous! I agree, it would be a great masculine card. The paper piecing is just perfect too!

  7. I love this sketch challenge.
    I love the colors you picked and how the pine cones look like a picture with the photo corners.
    Wonderful choices.
    JEss

  8. This is beautiful Lisa, it’s so elegant and the rich colours are perfect! Love it 🙂

  9. Lisa, this (and ALL your cards) are so nice! I love that evergreen branch…..is that a SU set? I love what you did with Lovely as a Tree and the DP—VERY pretty….I am wishing I had ordered that paper!

  10. Another beautiful card Lisa! I love the paper piercing! I need to remember to do that more often. It really is a nice touch!

  11. Pine cone images are fabulous throughout the winter season. This card is stunning. The patterned paper is perfect for this card!!!!

  12. Love this card Lisa! I really like those shades of green and purple together. That ribbon is tied just perfect for the card too. Beautiful and elegant! I don’t expect anything less from a card Queen!

  13. Very Striking!!! I love to use Pine cones in my Christmas Cards. Yours is a beauty! Thanks for playing along.

  14. this is amazing, I adore green and pinecones, so this one is perfect…thanks for visitng my blog and for the sweet comments….have a blessed day!

    enjoy *~*

  15. mmmmm! beautiful!! the colors are so rich : ) I love it!

    (((Hugs))) Patti

  16. I love this card! Just beautiful.

  17. Soft and beautiful. I’m always getting customers that ask for pine cones. This looks so lifelike.. Beautiful job with the sketch!

  18. Lisa, this is just so pretty. I love the little touches of purple you put in there. Really another winner!

  19. Sooooo beautiful!! Love that DSP with that stamped image!! Great job and thanks for playing along this week!!

  20. Lisa — this is just lovely! I love the special attention with the Paper Piercing and sponging! Thanks for playing along with this week’s Sketch Challenge. I hope you’ll join in with the Stamping 411 Operators again soon! Blessings, Gretchen

  21. What a beautiful card! I love it! Thanks so much for playing along this week.

  22. Very, very nice!! Great image for the sketch!
    Kay

  23. Woo-hoo! Congratulations on having your card picked for the stampers showcase Lisa, you deserve it so much!!! Love the new profile pic too!

  24. Gorgeous! Congrats on having your card picked for the Stampers Showcase on the Stamping 411 blog!

  25. Beautiful card. I LOVE pinecones anyways, and you did such a fantastic job with them and the branches. Wish I had those stamps because your card would be my Christmas card for this year!!

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