Sunday, September 2, 2012

Sentimental Sundays




Here is my weekly post for Sentimental Sundays. This week our challenge theme is Grandparents Appreciation. Don't forget to add your sentiment!

I used this really sweet Contentment image from Phindy's Place, thought it would be good to send to new grandma!

The Digi Doodle Shop and Crafty City are sponsoring this week. Hope you will play along for a chance to win some fab prizes!

Make sure and pop over to the Sentimental Sundays blog and check out all the fabulous creations from the DT.

My sketch comes from The Willow Sketchie Challegne blog with the addition of adding gingham (I used some blue gingham paper here).


Card Recipe:
Image: Phindy's Place Contentment, sentiment from PTI
Ink: Printer, Palette Umber
Paper: PTI Dk Choc, SU More Mustard, MME patterns, Copic Xpress blending white
Extras: copics, nesties, Hug Snug seam binding, PTI twine and tag die, Recollections pearls, dimensionals

10 comments:

Tracey said...

This is beautiful Kathy!
I hope you are well & having a lovely weekend.
Hugs
Tracey
xx

Imke said...

Super sweet image and great layout, Kathy. Love the earthy colors.

Regan said...

This is so sweet, Kathy! I loved the combination of papers that you selected and your bow tying skills still make me envious! :)
{hugs}
Regan

Kathi said...

Awwwww. How cute and so beautifully colored.

Shelly Schmidt said...

What a fabulous image- a sweet sweet card!

Hazel (Didos) said...

Oh this is stunning, what a great card, Love it. Thanks for playing on Willow Sketchie this week, Hazelxo

Archana said...

Very pretty card, Kathy. Love the image and the sketch is really nice.
TFS!
Hugs,
Archana

Kellylouj said...

Whata beautiful card, the image is so adroable. Thanks for sharing with us at WIllow Sketchie this week.

Kelly x

craftybunny said...

Totally adorable image,so tender.Just love your paper choices.Thanks for joining us at Willow Sketchie Challenge.Hope to see you again next week :D
Lisa x

Angela said...

This is precious...you really know how to put it all together, Kathleen!