8.30.2011

Thank You For All You Do - It's Sketch Tuesday with Skipping Stones!!!

And yes...that also means it is officially HOMEWORK DAY! Hee-Hee! That is quite fitting seeing as The Hubbums has his first day back at school today. He won't have students until Thursday, but still. LOL! Yesterday was supposed to be his first day, however, due to hurricane issues, yesterday got cancelled. Kinda funny, actually....first day being cancelled. The kids would have loved it if it was THEIR first day! HA!

Thank You For All You Do (close)


As I said, today is Skipping Stones Design Sketch Tuesday and today is also our FINAL sketch with the fabulous Terri Anderson! That makes me a bit sad because I have loved these sketches! It really is a great one and for once in my life I stuck pretty darned close to the sketch, too! HA!

As soon as I saw the fabulous circles I knew EXACTLY what I wanted to do! They simply HAD to be stitched! So, I traced the circles onto the cardstock with pencil, used my paper piercer to add the holes, as I didn't trust my ability to move my sew easy tool in a circle...ha! ... and then stitched each circle in a different color of fabulous baker's twine from The Twinery! I chose to use the seriously beautiful Everyday Blessings stamp set for this card and it was perfect!

Thank you (detail)


The papers are all American Crafts and I used Momento ink to stamp on them. It's simple and happy, and I love that. Just say'n.

Now, remember it's HOMEWORK DAY! That means that YOU need to create a card using THIS sketch and then head on over to Skipping Stones (Sketch #91) to link up your card for your chance to win some free stamps!

And, today is a bit of a sad day, too, as we are saying goodbye to the Skipping Stones Design team to bring in some fabulous new faces! So, make sure to visit all of the designers and the fabulous August Guests, too, and check out their cards and leave some love on their blogs!


Teri Anderson
(Guest Sketch Artist!)
Amy Tsuruta
Barb Turpin
Brenda Weaver
Gladys Chia
Kandi Phillips
Wendy Jordan
Tammie Beaton
Karen Baker (Guest Designer)
Kryssi Ng (Guest Designer)
Maureen Plut (Guest Designer)
Stephanie Mino (Guest Designer)

***ALSO: Today is the LAST DAY TO VOTE over on the Momenta Facebook Page!!! Please head over and vote if you can! You can vote once a day, so even if you did it on another day you can vote again today!!! Thank you ALL SO MUCH for your awesome support!!!!***

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20 comments:

  1. great card, Jingle! Love the stitching! :)
    I had so much fun working with you on the SSD design team!

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  2. This looks so great! I looooove the teeny leaves blowing in!!

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  3. The stitching on your card makes for a fabulous design! Great!

    hugz
    Pam

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  4. Great stitching! I've enjoyed all your inspiration on SSD. I'm sad you will no longer be there, but I am a follower of you, so I am happy I can still get all your incredible ideas!

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  5. This is super Jingle!!! I love the leaves blowing in. Fab idea with the stitching too.

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  6. Great card, love the twine. Off to vote again! Valerie

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  7. Neat card - love the stitching with bakers twine!

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  8. It was my kids First day yesterday, but it got cancelled...lol I was not happy...but they are there today..Heres to another great School Year..Wishing youry Hubby luck!

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  9. I love that stitching and the placement of the leaves, so cute!

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  10. super cute!!! As soon as I saw the sketch I was thinking stitching would be awesome for this! You rocked it!

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  11. Love the stitching. Also, on an unrelated note, I love your gnome at the top of the page :). Followed your link from 2Ps.

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  12. That stitching is amazing! Love the colors.

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  13. Great take on the sketch and stitching the circles - even better! Wonderful card :)

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  14. This is a wonderful idea! I love the hand stitching. great take on the sketch.

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  15. Fabulicious. Your hand punching and sewing looks great. I wouldn't trust my sew easy to do a circle, either....ha! (Heck, I can't even get a straight line out of the thing.)

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  16. Ooh, pretty! I love the twine.

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  17. So much fun following your cute blog...love the twine stitches!

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