Friday, June 8, 2012

Sketch Inspiration 321 | Stampin' Up

Here I am again, back with another Sketch Inspiration challenge card.  As I warned you earlier in the week, I used Stampin' Up's Twitterpated DSP on all of these cards.  I love how this one has such a different feel than the card I posted Monday even though all of the paper is from the same collection!  This time I inked up a SU stamp set I haven't used very much yet.  It's called Elementary Elegance and the Curly Label punch coordinates perfectly with it.  I have seen cards like this with a little "window" of sorts and had been wanting to give it a try.  I like how it turned out, although I may have gone a little overboard with the pearls in the corner - LOL!

Card Supplies:
stamp - SU Elementary Elegance
patterned paper - SU Twitterpated
cardstock - SU Riding Hood Red and Baja Breeze
ink - SU Riding Hood Red
punch - SU Curly Label and circle punches (sorry, I forget what sizes I used)
ribbon - Really Reasonable Ribbon, December 2011 Ribbon Club assortment
stash - self-adhesive pearls purchased at Hobby Lobby


  1. What a beautiful and elegant card! I love the window punch. Have not done any like that. Guess I need some coordinating stamps and punches. Hmm....LOL I love how you used a single square instead of two rectangles (where photos would be) to make this more for a card and yet it still follows the sketch. Great job!

  2. well done Allison! I agree with Sandy...very elegant! I like the pearls and ribbon!

  3. Beautiful. You added such wonderful touches.