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Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Sparkle N Sprinkle Sketch Challenge

Hi Everyone! Another month has flown by and it is time for a new sketch challenge at Sparkle N Sprinkle! The sketch is actually a picture inspiration. Aren't these warm, beautiful colors?

Color Challenge

 Color swatch courtesy of Design Seeds®.

For my card for the challenge I used these cute cats from the Cats stamp set 231.  I have had my two cats for about a year and a half now and they keep me entertained with their lively antics. I never knew cats could be such fun. I used Sparkling Sands Sparkle N Soft for the cats' fur. At least they won't be shedding like my cats are here at home! LOL! You can click here to see instructions on how I made this card.

 I have been enjoying seeing all the wonderful creations that everyone has been making for the challenges so far! Join us to have a chance of winning a stamp set of your choice. Also if you use a Sparkle N Sprinkle stamp or digi, you will receive a free digital stamp!

Thanks so much for stopping by. Have a wonderful day!


Shona Erlenborn said...

Great take on the seeds April. Love your sparkly fluffy kitties!

Gita said...

Cute kitties. They definitely can have personalities. I miss having them (but not the litter clean up!). :-)

Karalee said...

Very, very cute. And the mouse in the corner is perfect. Great card.

Anne Temple said...

Too cute! Love how you used Sparkle N Soft for their fur and that little mouse is the perfect embellishment.

Donna Ellis said...

Darling fuzzy kitty card, April! Very sweet. hugs, de

Brenda said...

Those cats look so furry - they almost seem real :)

Sue said...

April, it is such a pretty color swatch. Your two kitties are so cute and the way you used the reds is so pretty.


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