Good Morning! I am so glad that you're here to join us this week. We have a fun sketch and a really awesome sponsor! This week we are joined with by Christy of Tiddly Inks. Tiddly Inks carries a wonderful selection of digi-stamps and digi-paper! You will absolutely love this store. I want to thank Christy for supplying us with some digis to play with. I think you're really going to like the Design Team's creations.
Speaking of design team, Theresa will be on leave for awhile. Please keep her in your happy thoughts while she's away from us. Hollyanne, too. The first 9 weeks of school are past her and the homework load is getting a little heavier. She'll join us as time permits.
OK, are you ready to see the sketch? I'm ready to share it, so here we go......
Now this can be a shaped card or you can change it up a bit by making it the element of a standard sized card, as you'll see by what the design team made. I am so excited about this line-up - I've been waiting very impatiently to share it with you.
As you can see in this adorable card, Angela made the circle part an element of a standard size card. I absolutely love the colors and who can resist a super cute snowman!
This beautiful card is from Jackie and I believe is completely tree display worthy! The would look gorgeous on a Christmas tree or perhaps at the top of a card tree.
Here's a super yummy card from Jessica! The base reminds me of cookies as well as decorated by them. She did a stunning job on coloring, the fairy is wonderful and those cookies look so real and ready to be eaten!
Please help me welcome Tiya-B Nucci as our November Guest Designer. You can find her blog here. She also created a standard sized card with the circle as an element and on a smaller scale to showcase the adorable paper she used. Tiya-B is joining us because she's such a faithful player of TMS, often being in the #1 spot in the InLinkz widget. Welcome!! I am so excited to see what else you'll be sharing with us this month.
This stunningly magical card is from Tammy and I love everything about it. The castle looks fabulous against the beautifully embossed background. I love all the polka dots, too.
And finally, here is my card. I love that Tiddly Inks also offers digi-paper, it coordinated so well with the Bah-Huggabuggs image I used. This card was super easy to put together using the Cricut/SCAL and a great SVG.
Now it's your turn. Go have fun with this sketch. Of course, you're not required to use Tiddly Inks images, but if you've got them, we'd love to see what you do with them. Come back here and directly link your project and please leave us a comment.