Tuesday, August 23, 2011

MMSC118 Romantic Anniversary Sketch Challenge

This is my second post today. 
Please scroll down for my Party Time Tuesdays Back-to-school challenge.

This weeks sketch...it's "YOUR PICK" Make it fancy, clean and simple, or somewhere in-between. Remember to click on the sneak peek button on the side bar for the following weeks sketch each Friday.

Enter one style or both this week.
Just have fun and come play with us :)
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My card was made using "Young Love" from Annabelle Stamps.com.
What an incredibly sweet image!! 
My large heart is a Nellie Snellen die.
The small embossed heart is from Spellbinders.
The gold, flatback pearls are from Pizzazz Aplenty.
I also used a gold paint pen and gold embroidery floss.

I kept it very simple this time.  I let the sweet image and
the great sketch do the work!


Ami said...

I love your card! It is definitely perfect for an anniversary.:)

marilynprestonn said...

Cute couple! Yes, this is sooo romantic too Renee. Love that paper pieced dress and your papers and awesome sewing. :)Peggy

marsha said...

Renee, I really love your composition! The paper piecing looks fabulous and I love the design paper you used!

Pat (mspfd) said...

Oh my Renee, this is fantastic! You nailed the sketch and used such fabulous elements, The image is so sweet and beautifully colored and paper-pieced. Can you tell I love your card?

Gunn (MsPlum) said...

This is gorgeous Renee! Love the vintage feel of your hearts. This looks like a scene from the 2 world war. The sailor saying goodby to his girlfriend before his ship is about to leave. I love it!