Saturday, November 27, 2010

Stampin' Royalty Challenge #47

I've been following the blog of one of the Goddesses from the Stampin' Royalty Challenge Blog.  Her name is Angela McKay and her blog is called North Shore Stamper.  She is a very talented paper crafter.  I love her clean, crisp and elegant style!  Today I decided to get my feet wet and participate in the weekly Stampin' Royalty Challenge.   This week's challenge is a sketch challenge and here is the card I designed:    

Card Ingredients:

CS:  chocolate chip, very vanilla, real red
DSP:  Merry Moments (retired)
Classic Ink:  Red Real, Garden Green (for sponging around the very vanilla piece)
Stamp Set:  Contempo Christmas
Accessories: Snowflake Punch, Scallop Border Punch, Basic Rhinestones, Sparkly Silver Brad,  Sponge, Poly Twill Old Olive and Chocolate Chip Ribbon (retired), Snail Adhesive, Stampin' Dimensionals, Mini Glue Dots, Vanilla Shimmer Smooch Spritz

I really enjoyed participating in this challenge.  You can definitely see more sketch challenges on my blog in weeks to come! 

Happy Stamping!

~ Angie


  1. great card, i love that red snowflake.

  2. Beautiful job on this. I love the colors and that awesome designer paper. Great job with the sketch challenge.
    Thank you for playing along with Stampin' Royalty. You have great taste in stampers! Angela's work is always perfection!

  3. What a great card! Love the rhinestone jewels in the scallops-a perfect finish to a beautiful card. Thanks for playing with us this week at Stampin' Royalty.

  4. Thanks so much for your kinds words Angie... I am soooooooo flattered! Your work is stunning and I LOVE what you did with this card. I'm so glad that you came to play with us at Stampin' Royalty this week!
    Love Ange

  5. Gorgeous card. Love the snowflake. Angela has a great style for sure. :)
    Thanks for playing with SR this week

  6. I miss this old dsp. Great job with the sketch. Thanks for playing with Stampin' Royalty!

  7. Thanks for playing with us at Stampin' Royalty this week. You did a great job with the sketch!