Saturday, April 2, 2011

Sensational Saturday at Sugar Creek Hollow

It's another sensational Saturday at Sugar Creek Hollow! We have a sketch for the challenge this week and we're still showing off the newest release of images that Tracy Vinson designed.

Here's the challenge sketch - in a way it's kind of clean and simple. But you know we love that vintage look at Sugar Creek Hollow so I'm looking forward to seeing what you can do to embellish, distress and add some creativity to it.

I've used the March Daffodils from the "Flower of the Month" series.  I removed the month name since I wanted to use this as a sympathy card. The daffodils are colored with Copics and you can see that I backed the image with designer paper in my photoshop software. The papers are from Webster Pages-digital versions. I became a very happy person when I discovered that Webster Pages papers were now available in digital format! They really create a wonderful background for this card. These are from the "Nature's Storybook" collection.

Be sure to visit the Sugar Creek Hollow challenge blog to see the rest of the design team creations.

Thanks for stopping by!


KarinsArtScrap said...

beautiful card.

greetings karin

Carissa said...

Wow, this is gorgeous. Hugs, Carissa

Heide said...
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Heide said...

Sharon, What a beautiful card! Love how you have colored the daffodils.

Donna Moore said...

Good sunny morning! Love, love your card, those daffodils look so real, as though you could reach out and feel their velvety smoothness. Your websters pages background is perfect for this image, gorgeous piece of art this week Sharon!! As always it is a pure joy to visit and soak up your talent and inspiration!

Mary Duffek said...

So very the big bow and your coloring...simply fab!

Patti P. said...

This is stunning, and I love those papers (need to check on that) Your bow is just the perfect ending to a beautiful story...tfs and hope your week is great!

marsha said...

Sharon, how beautiful! I love the warm colors, the DP you used and those gorgeous daffodils! Truly a stunning creation!

Renlymat's World of Family & Crafts said...

This is so beautiful! I never would have thought to use this stamp for a sympathy card but it's wonderful! The big bow is gorgeous and I love the DP behind the daffodills.