Wow – it’s June already!  The year really seems to be going by quickly.

Since it’s the first Saturday of the month, it’s time for a sketch challenge at 52 {Christmas} Card Throwdown.  I’ve stretched the layout from a square into a rectangle.  Instead of circles, I thought I’d try snowflakes.  I’ve had this snowflake embossing die for a while and it was calling out to be used.  Even though the embossing adds some texture and dimension, the card is still flat enough to be easily mailed, so it’ll be a good one to add to the stash I’m creating for Operation Write Home. The strip of designer paper was a scrap from a previous card.  After finding a cardstock color that matched it pretty well, I decided to give the card a pop of color with the cherry red.

I hope you’ll go see what the rest of the design team did with this sketch, and that you’ll be inspired to use it to make a Christmas card of your own!  Be sure to share it at the 52{C}CT site by 1:00 p.m. eastern time Friday, June 7.  Thanks for stopping by today!

Supplies:
Stamps: More Merry Messages (Stampin’ Up); Snowmen and Snowflakes (Hero Arts)
Cardstock: Sage Shadow, Cherry Cobbler, Naturals White (SU); designer paper from Aspen Frost 6″ x 6″ paper pad (Basic Grey)
Ink: Cherry Cobbler (SU)
Other: Snowflake Embosslits die (Sizzix); small scallop border die (Papertrey Ink)

4 Responses to “52 {Christmas} Card Throwdown – June sketch challenge”

  1. I really like the colours you’ve used here and the texture in the snowflakes is super!

  2. I REALLY like the colors you used for this, Patricia! That red really pops with the lighter blue! Gorgeous creation! :) Hope you have a fabulous week! :)

  3. Lovely card Patricia – you used my favorite color combo of red and light blue! Great idea to use the snowflakes in place of the circles of the sketch. Terrific. Hugs D

  4. Fabulous colours Patricia and the embossed snowflakes instead of circles was a great touch! Ruth x

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