Hello!  It’s time for another sketch challenge at Christmas Card Throwdown.  It’s a nice, simple one that can be dressed up with stamps or designer papers or ribbons.

I chose three coordinating designer papers for the vertical elements of the sketch.  In order to accommodate the patterns on the papers, I had to cut the strips wider than the way they are depicted in the challenge graphic.  So I decided to change the format of my card to a landscape-oriented rectangle.  The sentiment panel and its mat were simply cut with dies.  Easy peasy!

52CCT 03-04-2017

If you need additional inspiration, go on over to the CCT blog and see what the rest of the design team has made.  Then show us your own interpretation of the sketch by linking a card of your own to our challenge post.  You have until 7:00 p.m. Eastern time Friday, March 17 to enter the challenge.  Thanks for stopping by today!

All supplies except the dies are from Stampin’ Up:
Stamp: Wondrous Wreath
Cardstock: Old Olive, Cherry Cobbler, Whisper White, Season of Style designer series papers
Ink: Cherry Cobbler
Other: petite oval and petite scalloped oval Nestabilities dies (Spellbinders)

5 Responses to “Christmas Card Throwdown – March sketch challenge”

  1. Perfectly CAS and so you! I do like the colours you’ve used. I like the landscape orientation too! Great work. xx

  2. I like how you take our sketch and I like the paper you use :-)) Beautiful card!
    Hugs, Andreja

  3. Gorgeous! Such a stylish card 🙂 Xx

  4. Les couleurs classiques c’est toujours une réussite Patricia, biz

  5. These bold geometric papers are very interesting and a bit of a change from the usual.

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