Wednesday, April 7, 2010

A Girl and Her Dog (and her coffee, too!)

I had a lot of fun with this week's sketch, which is sponsored by Tracey Malnofski of The Stamping Boutique.


For my card, I used Jennifer Latte with daschund. I just love this image! I also had fun using my brand new Martha Stewart daisy border punch. I just love it!


Be sure to visit the Sweet Sketch Wednesday blog to check out the rest of the design team's cards. Play along with this week's sketch for a chance to win 3 free digi's from The Stamping Boutique!

10 comments:

Debs said...

Hi Lisa
Love the colours you have used here. The image is fab and I adore that spotty ribbon.
Have a wonderful day.
Debs xx

mulberry station said...

Beautiful work on your card this week! I love your color combo and I almost used that image. You did an amazing job with it!

Deanne @ Three Trees said...

Hi Lisa! I love that color combo - you just can't go wrong with chocolate and teal!!! Love the punch you used too!!

Deanne :)

Arlana said...

Hello Lisa, Love your sweet card this week. The paper combo is so perfect . Love the added boarder punch. All just so sweet!!!

Rose said...

Very elegant! I really like your colors and that wide border. Very nice!

Terry Oulboub said...

Hi Lisa, Love that image; the papers are sweet all inked up like that! :D

sweetbloominscraps said...

Lisa, I love this blue, brown and turquoise color scheme. That ribbon is just the perfect touch along with the MS border punch. It really makes the image pop! Fantastic job and great coloring as always!

Stacy said...

I love this Lisa! Great take on the sketch! I have a dashuand so I really adore this image! I love these colors together and that ribbon is fab!

KymKreates said...

Great colors and use of the punch!!!! That image is just great. I love Jennifer Latte and her antics.

JR Creations said...

Really like the colours on this one, can't believe I didn't know about The Stamping Boutique, gotta love SSW for the contacts they give ya. Am having a shop there tonight with Mam when she comes home.

Jenny T.