9/07/2013

Seize the Sketch #3





Hello crafty friends,

Hope your doing well! I wanted to pop in to share a card I made for the latest Seize the Sketch Challenge #3. What a fun sketch this week. I used a shaped set form Avery Elle (Rounded Diamonds) to create my background.

Thursday night I went out with some of my girlfriends to see Maroon 5. We had so much fun! We had lawn seats, so we brought our lawn chairs and found the perfect spot to showcase our dance moves. LOL! I wanted to share a quick pic with you.

Thanks for stopping by,
Brandi





14 comments:

Jackie said...

Love this graphic card Brandi! The raised stripes look GREAT!!!

Looks like you had a lot of FUN . . . everyone looks so happy in your photo.

Annette Allen said...

cool card... love the pattern..

Tenia Nelson said...

Awesome card, girl!! LURVE me some Adam and Maroon 5!! :) Hope you had fun!! :)

KayM said...

Oh this is a fabulous card Brandi! I just got this stamp set and dies and have been playing with it too! Love what you did with it! Sounds like you had a great time at the concert! Who wouldn't?? I love Maroon 5! Thanks so much for the sweet comment on my blog today :) It's great to be back in the blogging world again!

Tracey McNeely said...

Brandi I love your card, modern and graphic and fabulous!

Sheri W said...

Love how this turned out.

Kim S said...

That shape is so fun. I love it in those bright colors with the sprinkling of sequins!

Ujjwal said...

Such a great combination of colors and great take on the sketch!

radhika-hobbycrafts said...

This is soo elegant...beautiful card..

~amy~ said...

awesome take on the sketch! Love the added sequins! Thanks for playing with us at Seize the Sketch!

Looks like you all had fun at the concert!

Lynnda said...

Loving your interpretation on the sketch!!! The card is so pretty! hugs...x

Rose said...

cool take on the sketch girl :) Thanks for joining us on Seize the Sketch

Patricia H said...

I saw your card at Seize the Sketch. I really like the bright spots of turquoise mixed in with the warm orangey-yellow tones. Very nice!

Joyce said...

This is so fabulous. I'm pinning it--I am always looking for more ways to use my AE set.