HAPPY NEW YEAR
Good morning and welcome to a new year and our new Sweet Sketch Wednesday 2 Challenge blog. It's sad that some of our Design Team
haven't come over to our new challenge
because of personal reasons but you still have
most of us.
Congratulations to our winner from last week and our Top 3 over at Sweet Sketch Wednesday.
This week is a special week because it's the first challenge for SSW2 so I've made a special card for the occasion.
Here is Sally first sketch for SSW 2.
This week our sponsor is A Day For Daisies.
A Day For Daisies began as a small token to a constant need to create. Pairing a love of whimsical illustration, with a tidy graphic design background, Tammy S Thompson, produced her first stamp designs, introducing irresistibly sweet stamps to crafters around the globe. Drawing inspiration from the beautiful world around us, she strives to express the happiness and gratitude she feels in each stamp design she creates.Presently, A Day For Daisies has grown to over 3,000 Digital Stamps with a quickly expanding line of Best Loved Clear Polymer. A Day For Daisies has been published and awarded over the years for innovative and unique designs created to inspire the crafting community. With a whole team behind her now, she remains passionate about illustration, obsessed with quality, and dedicated to her customers. A Day For Daisies thanks you for your ideas, comments, and creativity!
Our winner will receive $12.00 worth of images from A Day For Daisies
Don't forget to give the DT's a little love for their wonderful cards created just for you using A Day For Daisies images.
1. Base: White SU
2. Coloured Card: Grey Kaisercard
3. Design Papers: American Crafts
4. Image: Lady in Red
5. Colour Medium: Copic Markers
6. Tools: Cuttlebug, Spellbinders squares, Flourishes, pop dots, glue dots, Real tacky glue.
7. Embellishments: Roses, flowers, silver corners, silver braid, Silver ribbon, silver domes, and pearl studs all from my stash.
This is the inside of my card.
Wishing everyone a very Happy New Year. We spent New Years Eve on a street under the Sydney Harbour Bridge to watch the fireworks which were totally amazing, some of the best in the world.