Sunday, October 9, 2011

OWH Sketch #90

There were some lovely sample cards by Pam T. on the OWH Stars and Stamps blog today. I love Pam's style and often find myself CASEing her cards or trying to mimic her style when I make cards.

The card I made uses K & Co patterned papers and JoAnn cardstock for the solids. The brads are from Cloud 9. I need to play with this sketch more because I don't love it yet. It might just be my paper selection.


Cards shipped to OWH (as of 9/12/11): 1325

9 comments:

  1. Kathryn, You card is outstanding in my book. I love your paper selection. I have that same KandCo. paper pack and I LOVE it. I think the papers are so rich and elegant looking, which is just how your card turned out: rich and elegant. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. I love the cardinal and I like your paper choice. I too look at Pam's cards and try to mimic her great work -- and I do that with your cards too. Have a great day!

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  3. Love K&C papers, made a very elegant card, thanks for sharing

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  4. oh my gosh, oh my gosh.. I LOVE THIS!!! I love Cardinal's.. being a St. Louis Cardinal's fan kinda helps.. ha ha.. that paper is gorgeous.. perfect for your card. Thank you SO much for sharing ~ Pam

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  5. Kathryn...maybe if you flipped the papers you would like your card better however I love that the cardinal is looking up where the sentiment is. This is a great take on the sketch!

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  6. Very elegant card. Like the colors used.

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  7. Very pretty, Kathryn! I love the paper selection, especially the subtle pattern on the sentiment panel. Thanks for joining us in this week's OWH Stars & Stamps Sketch Challenge!

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  8. I agree with everyone, Kathryn; I've never seen those beautiful DP's and I love your sentiment. Great job.

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  9. I have this K&Co. paper pad and the papers are wonderful and work so nicely together. Very nice job with this week's OWH sketch!

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