Sunday, April 8, 2012

OWH sketch 116 - congrats, grad!

Happy Easter! Christ is Risen!

I made my list of to-do's last night and the OWH sketch was at the top of my list (it was the most fun, LOL) but I'm completing it last. Oh well. I love this week's sketch!
















I was going to make this a father's day card, continuing with my DCWV guy paper pack and my brown cardstock, but this one begged to use some new stamps from the March 2012 Unity Kit of the Month. I love this curved congratulations stamp and the hat! I think I will repeat this card but paper piece the hat. :)

Thanks for looking! Be sure to play along with the sketch challenge and get those father's day cards rocking and in the mail to your shipper soon!!!

Jen










12 comments:

  1. Awesome Grad card Jen. I really like that plaid paper.. such great colors. thanks for sharing ~ Pam

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  2. Good masculine grad card. Love the color combination.

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  3. The hat would be adorable paper pieced...love the rest! TFS!!!

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  4. Jen,

    This is a great graduation card! You'll have to show us the paper-pieced version!

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  5. Nice card! Great color choices; nice and different from traditional graduation colors.

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  6. Great card for a grad! Love the plaid!

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  7. Great card, Jen! And a Dad's version would be great too, with that masculine plaid. Thanks for joining us in this week's OWH Stars & Stamps Sketch Challenge!

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  8. Hi Jen! I think this sketch is so much fun to work with! I really like your card; agree that the curved sentiment and sketchy look to the hat are very cool!

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  9. I really like this card. It's great how you pulled the colors out of the plaid and the brown worked so well with it!

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  10. like the "brown" card - great card for graduation - and that is a cool stamp how it curves - adds visual interest

    thanks for supporting OWH

    Barb Housner

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  11. Terrific! I was just thinking I needed to make a few grad cards. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  12. Jen, I like the color combo and the plaid is just perfect-- and I like the curved sentiment too. Some lucky graduate will be happy to receive this card. TFS

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Thanks for sharing your thoughts!