PP329: A Sketch from Joanne

Hello everyone,
Popping in to share my card for the Paper Players sketch challenge from Joanne.
It’s a little bit too early for spring card but had that bright flowers looking at me and I decided why not? All the elements are from PTI Rainbow and Sunshine mini market kit. Haven’t thought I was ever going to use ready-to-go die-cuts and images. Was wrong. Really enjoyed die-cutting the elements and putting this card together. Even got a sentiment cut right with matching die 🙂
Challenge Rules:
Create a NEW paper, or digital, project.

  1. Upload your creation to your blog with a link back to us.
  2. Please provide a direct link to the post featuring your challenge entry.
  3. Please link your card to no more than four challenges, TOTAL.  Entries linked to more than 3 challenges, including ours, will be deleted without notification!
  4. Have fun!!
    All stamping products are welcome.  Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players!

For more inspiration hop over my teamies blogs to see what everyone created this week.

Valentyna Komisarenko – you are here
Deanne K
Thank you for stopping by!

11 thoughts on “PP329: A Sketch from Joanne

  1. Claire Broadwater says:

    Valentyna, it is never too early for Spring flowers! I love this card! The lovely bouquets are such a fun interruption of the sketch! The beautiful sentiment is so pretty! Wishing you a fabulous week! XX

  2. Joanne James says:

    This is so pretty Valentyna and I agree with Claire – it’s never too early for a spring flower or two (or three!) I love the pops of bright colour on your card and your wonderful ombre sentiment. A great take on my sketch this week!

  3. Nance Leedy says:

    Oh this is as sweet as can be, Valentyna! I love the gradient colors on the die-cut sentiment and your placement of the flower vases is spont on for the sketch!

  4. sandym says:

    Valentyna your card is beautiful, and it is never too early for flowers as far as I am concerned! The softly colored bouquets and ombre sentiment are gorgeous! Fabulous take on the sketch.

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