Introducing Phillipe …

Welcome to Saturday and another Utah Divas International Sketch.

I love this sketch!

It has so many opportunites!

I’m not sure what it is about sketches but they just get my creatives juices flowing. I’ve sat here during the week (staring at my new ink pad storage unit) trying to think of ideas to create with the new stamps I received – free stamps too!

Some of you may be unaware that while you can earn free stamps during Sale A Bration we too can earn free stamps as Demonstrators. You can earn sets for signing up new demonstrators and for the total amount of Sales you do during the Sale A Bration period. This year I earned 3 free stamp set which arrived on Thursday and I’m really looking forward to putting them together and creating some more this week.

Here is what I created for todays sketch

I’ve created this card using the new Autumn Days stamp set from the Autumn-Winter Mini Catalogue.

I’ve had quite a few requests for Sympathy or Thinking of You cards of late so I thought this one would fit that category.

I dont have any of the Autumn Traditions Designer Series Papers but loved the colours they used to I just used the swatch in the catalogue to choose the colours of cardstock and inks to use. I also replicated one of the patterns of the papers in the DSP pack using my stamps and inks. This is the leaf strip on my card.

I also received my Soft Suede Cardstock and Ink this week and I must say I loved working with this colour this morning and I can see its going to be a new favourite and whats even better is that it wont be retiring come September! Gotta be happy about that!

I love all the elements of this stamp set with the wheat, grass, leaves, pine cones and of course Phillipe – the very splendid pheasant!

So now that I’ve introduced you to Phillipe its time to skip along to the next blog in the Utah Divas International Sketch Design Team being the very splendid Lori Ames blog to see what she’s created this week.

About Author

I am Leonie and live in Campbelltown in Sydney's South West.
I love to create with stamps, ink & paper! I do hope you like what I create and love your comments.
I also enjoy (and run on) Coffee! I also collect Charlie Bears

Stampin' Up! has been a huge part of my life since 2006 and such a big blessing to me and my family!!

Thanks for stopping by :)

(10) Comments

  1. carol says:

    i love this set leonie and your card is just wonderful!!! great colors. xox

  2. What a great fall card Leonie!!! Love the colors and that little guy too!!

  3. I so love this set!!!! Phillipe is wonderful!!!! Happy fall y’all!

  4. What a lovely, and warm card. Phillipe is beautifully colored too. {wish i had your storage system too!}

  5. Absolutely lovely Leonie! While I’m definitely ready for spring/summer I love fall too so I enjoy this card very much!

    Oh, and I got only one SAB set but I choose Totally Tool and got it on Thursday. I got it all ready for clear mount yesterday and hope to stamp with it today or tomorrow!

    Have a wonderful weekend Leonie!

  6. Phillipe is fabulous! I love your card! Isn’t that a great set? I have to admit, though, it is strange seeing Fall stuff now. I love that this crazy passion of ours has brought so many people from everywhere together!

    Hugs!

    1. Ahem … Elizabeth … I think you Autumn!! 😉

  7. Ah, Phillipe… he’s traveled far! lol
    Love the color combination and your homemade DSP. (And I’m with you on being a demonstrator – so fun to have access to so many goodies and receive free stuff, too!)

  8. Dotty says:

    When you said Phillipe, I immediately thought of Phillipe from “So You Think You Can Dance”! Oops, sorry! Anyway, very clever card and use of the sketch.

  9. Beautifully warm card Leonie…and of course Phillipe is grand as well. Great idea to use ur own DSP…I like it so much!! They are such hard cards to do but I love this one. Well done!! ooxx

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