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Monday, 17 February 2014

FCCB Challenge #198: Sketch challenge

Happy Monday !!
Welcome to my post for the latest FCCB challenge
Challenge #198 Sketch Challenge


This is our very first FCCB Sketch Challenge, so, please follow the sketch and join in the fun with us this week
As always you still need to use and name at least one Cricut cut to be in with a chance of Top 5 and/or the weekly prize



Marks Finest Papers are sponsoring us this week and the prize winner will receive a fantastic Stamp Set
Lots of the DT will be using stamps from Marks finest this week so look out for them as you cruise around our blogs !!
I will be using mine in a future challenge on 17th March and I can tell you first hand the stamps are amazing quality 


Oh I nearly forgot to tell you about my card there is so much going on in this post lol
I followed the sketch parrot fashion and added fantastic die cuts from Artiste cartridge


My papers are from the beautiful Gorjuss Girls collection 


I love the little photo corners which I embossed along with the chandelier in clear embossing powder and the little sentiment is made by Craftwork Cards

Have a fantastic week, hope to see your project up on the FCCB challenge blog

7 comments:

  1. Very clever and creative! Love the combination of cuts! Your design sister Pam!

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  2. Love that you clear embossed the corners & chandelier-love this color combo and the papers you chose!

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  3. Super card Nikki, as always, I love all the elements you included--the chandelier, the banners, etc.

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  4. I have wanted to use a chandelier for a long time. Thanks for the inspiration. Such a lovely card.

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  5. Such a fabulous card, Nikki! Your chandelier looks amazing! LOVE it!!!

    Have a great weekend!!!

    Emily
    Mollie's Motif

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  6. What a lovely card! I love the pink and purple, and the chandelier is so nice with the butterfly!

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  7. This is stunning! Great use of the sketch, and I love all the pretty little elements you used.

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