Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Like a Deck of Cards...

Oh I'm just giddy over this card I'm sharing today. It's for the new challenge at Sweet Sketch Wednesday with Bugaboo Stamps as our featured digi stamp company. I love the Stella & Gus characters and this one with the sentiment cracked me up. Read on to see the rest of the sentiment.

First let's start with the sketch to follow. This one is perfect for those larger images - particularly rubber stamps that can't be sized down to fit. It turns out great whether you use pattern papers or embossed cardstock.

Bugaboo Stamps is sponsoring our challenge this week. It's always fun to create with Jodi's images. The lucky grand prize winner of the challenge will receive 7 free digis from Bugaboo. Thanks, as always Jodi, for your generous sponsorship.

So this image from Bugaboo is called Stella & Gus Marriage Cards. It was colored with Copic markers and paired with the perfect papers from my stash offered years ago by Stampin' Up. I knew they'd come in handy one day!  It was a perfect sketch for this image that is wide.

And here is the rest of the sentiment for the card. Ha hah ha hah ha hah!  I can relate to this sentiment some days!

Now head on over to Sweet Sketch Wednesday and see the rest of the design team cards using Bugaboo Stamps - lots of variety being showcased this week and they are all spectacular!

Thanks for stopping by!


Kathie said...

What a great card Sharon just love this image and colours and your sentiment is wonderful really put a smile on my face. Just love it. Take care and have a great week.

Karen Conner said...

This card is adorable, sweet, cute & hilarious!

sweetbloominscraps said...

Oh Sharon, that is hilarious. Reminds me of my grandfather on the day of our marriage. He said, "When you get married you can almost eat each other up and seven years later you wished you had of!" Your papers are so perfect for this card! Thanks for sharing! Hope you are doing well!
Hugs, Judi

Heide said...

Sharon, So true, So true! LOL! Love your card this week. Hugs, Heide