OWH sketch 146

Good morning!! We are in the middle of “birthday party weekend” here. Two yesterday and one today… oh the last-minute cards I had forgotten to make. OOPS!

Today’s sketch 146 from Operation Write Home is a goodie; I turned it when the stamp I wanted to use just wasn’t going to work. I’ve been trying to create more masculine love cards recently; I’m sad to say I have been sorely lacking on that front. I’ve got the brown cards (haha… remember that April Fools joke? :)) down but not so much on the love side. 

Here is my card:
MME blink of an eye pad
frame stamp: Unity Stamp Co; sentiment: Ali Edwards for TT
Bazzill walnut cream cs
SU ruby red & Momento London fog inks; foam tape

Here’s another I made this afternoon:

MME blink of an eye pad
kraft paper and Bazzill walnut cream
Unity KOM stamps
tim holtz distress ink; SU ruby red

Thanks for visiting me today! If you’re seeing this soon after posting, stay tuned. I may come back and try this sketch again later today; if I do I will come add the cards to this post. 🙂


5 thoughts on “OWH sketch 146

  1. I like them both! I think of the April Fool's joke whenever I make a card full of browns, because I fell for the joke….. And yes, I do have to force some of my family and friends into writing any hero cards. They say they just don't know what to write, yet, they can talk a mile a minute for an hour and a half….go figure….lol….

  2. Both of those are great, Jen! I love that stamped scalloped frame in the first one – perfect for that element of the sketch! Thanks for joining us in this week's Operation Write Home Sketch Challenge!

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