Wednesday 1 April 2015

HLS April Sketch Challenge

Wow, it is April already!! We have a brand new sketch challenge for you to play along with at Happy Little Stampers.

This is another scheduled post for me as I am still cruising around the South Pacific. Jealous?? Hehehe. I can't wait to share some photos!

Anyway, back to business.

Here is the sketch for you to take inspiration from

and here is my card

For this card, I cut a piece of watercolour paper to size and just used Stampin' Write markers to scribble my colour onto the paper. With a wet brush, I blended them together to create a rainbow effect.

Once it was dry, I die cut the word Happy out of the panel. I actually used that die cut on this card HERE.

I die cut the word a number of times out of white cardstock and glued them all into place on my card to create dimension.

I hope you will join us over at the challenge blog and don't forget that if you also link your card up at the forum, you will go into a draw for a mystery prize. 

Thanks so much for looking xx


  1. LOVE this technique Kylie. Easy way to keep the colours separated using the markers! And love that you used the Happy die-cut on another beautiful card! xx

  2. Beautifully colored panel! and that bold happy fits just perfectly!

  3. What a lovely fusion of colors, it is a beauty Kylie!

  4. I just love this sketch and your take on it is just perfect. I sure hope I get to play. I think you are home tomorrow and so looking forward to hearing from you xx

  5. Fabulous sketch and your card is beyond perfection. Love it.

  6. This is great Kylie! So colourful, so fabulous! Did you have a good time on your birthday cruise? Have a great week! Hazel xx

  7. Gorgeous card, Kylie, your coloured panel is lovely. So glad you are having a wonderful trip, looking forward to seeing photos x

  8. Love these colors and you make it sound so simple!

  9. So yummy. As I'm sure the drinks in the South Pacific are too ;)


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