Guest Designer Teresa Jenkins and A Card A Day in the Month of May

Monday, May 02, 2011

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I am so excited to be a part of the fun here on the Savvy Projects Blog this month! Everyday a new card, and each week a new sketch from the lovely Heather Scott to work with. Sketches are so fun to use as they give a wonderful jumping point to get that mojo flowing!

May sketch

The first sketch runs this week and then we will have another great layout to enjoy! Its fun to see how different people can take one sketch and come up with entirely different endings! Here is my interpretation of it. 

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I decided to stick pretty close to the real thing though as I said it is a jumping point that you can work with and take what you want from it. I hope that you have as much fun with this sketch as I did. So grab your supplies and join in the fun, and come back every day for more inspiration from our guest designers.

All supplies used are from The Angel Company, so contact your Angel today if you would like any of the goodies I used!

Stamps: Flower Collage Trio (T-899), Thinking of You (T3128) Ink: Burnt Umber Palette (TT-218) Paper: Juliette SWIC (V-839), Kraft CS (V244) Other: Juliette Ribbon (B-221), Juliette Hardware (B-121), Crop-A-Dile (K-100) Copics: Y35, R20, G94, G99, V04, V06, V09

I hope you have a wonderful day!

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6 comments

  1. You always have such a great eye for colors and patterns...this is no exception! Gorgeous!!!

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  2. Love it Teresa! I'm going to miss this set.

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  3. Paula-kay BourlandMay 3, 2011 at 1:19 AM

    Very pretty, Teresa. I havent' used that stamp in a long time, but it is really a nice one. I love your little tag, and the layout lends itself well to that stamp. Great job! (Of course, the coloring is superb as always!)

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  4. Beautiful Teresa!
    This is one of my first and favorite sets!

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  5. Great card, Theresa! Love that you used the additions to the paper kit...I hardly use them!

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