Saturday, March 20, 2010

SRM Stickers, Card Patterns and some more Jillibean Soup

Being on the team at SRM Stickers has so far been so much fun! Jen and Helen are a dream to work for and Jen is so organized, always setting up fun collaborations for us. This time around we got to play with Sketch #56 for the Card Patterns blog where Nina, our fellow SRM design team member is on the team. Only a few SRM design team member cards were featured on the Card Patterns blog so I thought I'd go ahead and share mine here.

First off, here's the fun sketch that we got to use:


And here is my take on the sketch- I stayed pretty true to the sketch but rotated it a bit. 


Supplies: SRM Stickers, Jillibean Soup paper, Making Memories leaves and buttons, twine.

Do you love the sketch? You can play along by clicking here

And, if you love the stickers you can click on my SRM link here or above to see more and buy some of your own. 

11 comments:

Heather Jensen said...

Great job with the wave in the middle. I like those patterned papers together and those leaves are the perfect touch to the card.

Danielle said...

Ok...I haven't looked at the links for the stickers...but I can never tell what is a sticker on any of your projects. So those stickers must be pretty awesome since you can't even tell that they are stickers.

Tracey said...

Awesome card.....love how you turned the sketch!

taniawillis said...

stunning becky---absolutely stunning!

Sudha - Art Admirer said...

lovely work dear.

dstandard said...

What a cute take on the sketch! Thanks for playing at Card Patterns

deana said...

That is such a cute card & I'm loving that brown twine! :-)

carole~ish said...

becky, i love, love, LOVE this card!!
the colours & patterns are SO pretty & that twine is the best.
i might have to go make something just like this right now... ;)

Michelle Gotoh Bertuzzi said...

The colors are so vibrant. Becky I really love how you flipped the sketch.

Kathy said...

Love your take on the sketch Becky...wowezer!

Laura said...

Love your card. Great flip! I never thought of doing that!