Friday, February 14, 2014

Cajun Craze Silhouettes's Friday!  And that means it's time for another Friday Mashup challenge.  Today's challenge is brought to us by Avery and she has a great sketch and mashup to go along with it...

Create a project using the "Sketch".
Create a project with "Spritzing / Splattering". 
or Create a project using the "Sketch & Spritzing". 

Ever see a picture and get a little inspired to create a card to look a little something like what you've seen?  I have, and I love to look at pictures of sunsets.  I've had a picture with the setting sun, these colors  and a tree waiting for me to try and somehow recreate it.  I finally had the chance with this sketch and got busy with it...then I totally forgot to do some spritzing or spattering!  Duh, that's me lately...go figure since I spritz a ton of my cards.  Too late though because I wasn't taking my card apart after I realized it! lol

Dont' forget to check out what the other designers made HERE.  There are some great cards this week!

Thanks for looking and have a great day!

Stamp Sets:  Serene Silhouettes & Express Yourself
Card Stock:  Cajun Craze, Basic Black & Basic White 
Classic Stampin' Pads:  Cajun Craze, Basic Black,
Crushed Curry & Cherry Cobbler
StazOn:  Black
Punch:  3/4" Circle
Embossing Folder:  Argyle
Brayer & Sponge


  1. Your card is beautiful the colors the setting ..just awesome.

  2. Beautiful card. Love the colors and great scene you created.

  3. This is absolutely beautiful, Sara! I love the feel you have captured with the scene - the shading is stunning.

  4. Sara, I love the scene you created on your card. It is beautiful and has me wishing I was somewhere warm where I could watch the Sunset. Your card is beautiful and didn't need any spritzing!

    1. Thanks, Avery! Loved your sketch and the idea of spritzing/splattering. Can't believe I forgot it. lol

  5. Sara, this is just fantastic! You inspired me today with a sympathy card I needed. Thanks;)

  6. Oh, this one is magnificent too!!!!


Thank you for your comments. I read everyone! If you ever wonder how I've made something I'd be glad to let you know! Sara

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