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Saturday, March 5, 2011

A New March Sketch For You to Try

Well, it's the first Saturday of the month and that can only mean that it's time for Jen's newest Sketch For You to Try. It's a fun sketch this month and we hope ya'll get a chance to play along. Our sponsor this time is Amber Ink who always has some way cute images to play with. I got this little owl called Owl be Your Friend from the Wild Animals With Heart Collection along with this sweet sentiment and couldn't resist getting another set I'll be playing with a little later in the month--squeal!

Here's a bit about this (mostly digital) stamp company in their own words:
AmberInk was started by a mother and daughter team. Amber lives in the East, Pam lives in the West. Amber is an Emmy nominated children's animator and illustrator, who creates from her Brooklyn, New York studio. Although they do carry some clear stamps, the company runs by the premise that their customers are more brilliant than patient. If you've been a diehard clear or rubberstamper, they can even help you with the transition to digital. And don't worry about asking a silly question, because as a retired public high school teacher, Pam has already seen it all. Check out the ever-increasing tutorial links, which you can find on the homepage. Hailing from the Hawaiian Islands, the Aloha Spirit is alive and well at

And finally here's a look at the sketch. If you're feeling lucky, Amber Ink is giving away a $15 Gift Certificate to a randomly drawn participant of this month's sketch if you use an Amber Ink image on your card. FUN!

Along with a new sketch, we have a new guest designer in the house, Shelley Dupont. Yay! Check out Jen's blog for her lovely creation AND a reminder on how YOU can win the YEAR'S END GRAND PRIZE!

For a little more inspiration, here's the SFYTT sisters' links in all their glory:
Amy Rohl
Amy Sheffer
Megan Lock
Amber Hight
Sony Christoph
Carole Burrage
Jodi Collins
Kelly Lunceford
Leigh O’Brien
Kerry Johnson

SUSIE Q-TIP: Guess what? Your embossing folders create a two-sided "embossment" (I made that word up--could be when you are crafting and actually emboss cardstock, or it could be when you get a promotion to be a boss.). Use the debossed side for a change.

Stamps: Owl Be Your Friend (Amber Ink)
Paper: White, Kraft, Ripe Avacado, Berry Sorbet (PTI), Little Girl (Echo Park)
Ink: Printer
Accessories: Notebook Edge and Hearts a Plenty Die-namics (MFT), Sewing Machine/Thread, Copic Markers, Large Dots Embossing Folder, Clip (MM), Linen Twine (TCP), Jody Boosters
Finished Size: A2


  1. Love your slightly tilted panels. Papers are fabulous!! Wonderful as always!!

  2. Of course I love the card, but I do have to mention how much I love the PHOTO, too! It looks so good taken on your kitchen table! Hugs-jen

  3. So sweet Susan! Love the bright colors, your coloring, and the stitched on strips in the background!

  4. This is SOOOO cute!! I love your horizontal panels and how you did the sentiment. You're brilliant!

  5. Ack this is so cute! Love your colouring and the fab dp
    love tasha xx

  6. You have such skillz girl! Love the colors and coloring and craftsmanship used to make such a fun card.

  7. Darling card! I can tell you that I had an "embossment" type of day at work Friday too! You are too funny!

  8. This is so cheerful! I am so excited at what you did with this little guy. I didn't know he could be so happy! Love the colors and the fun.

  9. This is so adorable! I am off to do some shopping!

  10. I just love this card, Susan. I almost picked this image too. You've done an awesome job with it!

  11. Susie, this is adorable! Wonderful coloring and I just love that March Sketch!

  12. Awww...LOVE the owl image!!! So cute and the background is awesome!! Love your card!

    Thanks so much!!
    Michele R.(CA)
    LuvkittysFandF at Gmail dot com
    Butterfly Whispers


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