Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Too Sweet Kitty

Happy Wednesday friends! It's been quite a week in my neck of the woods. My son is off at the U.S. Naval Academy Summer Seminar - a special week for prospective admission candidates - and he's getting quite the submersion in the rigors of a Navy career. Our correspondence has been very brief throughout the week which just keeps thoughts of him in my mind every day wondering how things are going.  And we're in the midst of prep for high school finals on top of that. I'm looking forward to their summer break with a more relaxed pace the next few months.

Today's new challenge at Sweet Sketch Wednesday features Meljen's Designs - some of the card-making world's most favored digi stamps. It's been a little while here since we've had the opportunity to create with Melissa's whimical images and it was fun to use them again.

Here's the sketch for the challenge this week created by our own Sally from the design team. I love Sally's sketches and this one was fun to create with and suits just about any image you would have.

Meljen's Designs :: Digital Stamps by Melissa Jenkins
We welcome back Meljen's Designs as the sponsor of this week's challenge.  The Grand Prize winner of the challenge will receive 4 adorable digis of their choice from Meljen's Designs - a very generous prize package. Thanks Melissa!

Here's a little more about Meljen's Designs:
Meljen's Designs is a lovely stamp company owned and illustrated by Melissa Jenkins.  She illustrates whimsical rubber and digital images inspired by her kids and family.  Meljen's Designs has a new challenge every thursday, and a Guest Designer each month at the Meljen's Designs blog.  Please visit the adorable line of Meljen's Designs stamps at her store to browse all of Melissa's lovely designs!  You can also see Melissa's exclusive rubber stamps at her corner of Whimsy Stamps too.  And join Meljen's Designs on Facebook to take advantage of special sales and promotions that are just for her Facebook fans.

For the challenge this week, I created my card using Meljen's Designs "Too Sweet Kitty" digi and this cat is definitely sweet! It's perfect for all occasions and celebrations too. I brought it to life with Copic markers and used papers from MME Tangerine collection.

To see more of Melissa's fabulous digis, visit Sweet Sketch Wednesday where you'll get lots of inspiration from the design team's creations this week.  I hope you'll join us in the challenge too!

Thanks for stopping by!



7 comments:

mulberry station said...

Sharon, I wish your son the very best. My husband was in the navy. It is so hard to let our kids grow up and let them go off into the world. Your card is so adorable. I love how you have done your bow on the twine you have used. Have a great week.
Hugs, Nancy

Joanna said...

Wow. How exciting that your son got the opportunity to go to Annapolis for a few weeks. I live near the AF Academy so I know the how high the standards are and the caliber of cadets they look for. You must be soo proud of your son! Your card is darling too. Love that little kitty.

Kathie said...

Hi Sharon well your household is really busy. I've been dropping hints my sons way re the Navy or Air Force but he has a few years to go yet. Love your card this week such a sweet image and loving that wonderful colour combo. Take care and have a great week.
Hugs
Kathie
xox

Linda Anderson said...

Hugs to you Sharon and your son, what a wonderful experience. And speaking of wonderful, your card is absolutely precious!! Love the kitty and your papers.

Linda

Heide said...

What a great looking card. Great minds think alike. So proud of Nick he is going to go far. I sure you will be glad when he is home. Hugs, Heide

Sally Dube said...

Congrats proud Momma!! How awesome for your son to have this opportunity - NICE!! Loe your card - I adore this Kitty image and have used it a few times myself =) Love the twine bow - Purrrfect!!
Blessings to you Sharon!!
Sally

Andrea W said...

Very pretty! I love the colors and adorable image. Thanks for the wonderful inspiration.