Monday, May 17, 2010

Sister Challenge with D2D

Happy Monday!! Here is this week's free digi image from Designed 2 Delight! If you're unfamiliar, it's a progressive challenge where EVERYONE who plays gets the next week's digi for FREE!

My sister and I like to challenge each other using our weekly free images along with another challenge -- either colors that we throw together or choose a sketch out there etc. and this time we decided to use SCS color challenge: melon mambo, soft suede, and neutral with a dessert option of using wood! I used some of this luxurious real wood from McMahon Five Designs--love this stuff!! The pink pearls in the corners & the Basic Grey paper, "Green at Heart" are also from M5D.

So often Kathy and I are like twins... finishing each others sentences and we often think the same when it comes to crafting... even though there are tons of sketch challenges out there to choose from, wouldn't you know it?? We both used the SAME sketch as well!! LOL. Here is Sweet Sketch Wednesday #49:

But hop on over to see how different hers is from mine. Fun Fun! You too can participate at D2D and get next week's digi absolutely free!!

9 comments:

Rach said...

a wonderful card Kristine, great colours and details.x

Kathy Winter said...

Another lovely card Kris. These sister challenges are so much fun. Love your colors and oh the layout is great too...LOL!

Riet said...

What a gorgeous card Kristine.

Hugs Riet.xx

terrie said...

awesome card..I like the background paper that you used...
well done

Lovely Linda said...

Hi Kris - this is very cute - what fun for you and Kathy with the challenges - good to see you having fun with your craft - love the wood paper and those pearls too! Thanks for sharing my friend! {{{hugs}}}

Crystal said...

WOW Kristine fabulous card!!!!!

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

Oh how darling!! Love your image, color combo and the dp you used!! Gorgeous take on the sketch my friend!
hugs,
Chris

Laura - Layers of Color said...

Sweet card, Kristine! I adore that cute bear, how precious!

Lisa Hjulberg said...

I almost picked up some of that wood paper at my LSS the other night... thinking of you and all the amazing ways you use it...