Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Pocket of Flowers

We have a great new sketch this week in the challenge at Sweet Sketch Wednesday. And, we're welcoming back Meljen's Designs as our sponsor with a terrific prize package.

Here's the fab sketch to follow when you play along with us this week. I just adore how it turns out and there's so many possibilities with diecuts, doilies, etc.

We love to create with Meljen's Designs whimsical images all illustrated by the super talented Melissa Jenkins. The grand prize winner of the challenge this week will receive four non-colored digital images of their choice from Meljen's Designs. Thanks for your generous sponsorship Melissa!

I choose this adorable Flowers In My Pocket image from Meljen's Designs and colored it with Copic markers. I popped up the red flower to add some dimension and added lots of shimmer with a glitter pen on all the stitching and detail lines throughout the image.

Now pop on over to Sweet Sketch Wednesday and check out the beautiful cards created by the design team to inspire you.

Thanks for stopping by!


Linda Anderson said...

So sweet Sharon. Love the popped up flower, a perfect touch. Fabulous sparkle too. Enjoy your today.


Kathie said...

Love your card Sharon, this is such a cute image, here we both used the same image and how different both of your cards are. Love your colour combo. Take care and have a lovely week and enjoy your spring days.

sweetbloominscraps said...

Hello Sharon, Love your happy cheerful Flowers in a Pocket! Your handmade flowers are perfect too. I haven't done those for awhile but the coordinating papers always look lovely! I also like your popped flower! Hope you are doing well! Have a great week!
Hugs, Judi

Heide said...

Love the popped red flower. Pretty cute card.
Hugs, Heide

Sally Dube said...

Such a sweet card Sharon!! Love your papers and your corner flowers!! Super cute!!
Wishing you a Blessed Mother's Day!!

cardmakingisfun said...

The papers are looking great with this image and I like how you coloured it. Great card. Hugs, Diana