Welcome to another fun blog hop being hosted by members of StampTV's Center Stage Alumni. This time around, the hop is based on an Sketch Challenge.
The sketch was created by our very own Melissa Cash, thanks so much Melissa for coming up with such a fun sketch!!!
We've come together to share with you our version of the sketch, but to kick it off, here's a sample from Betty Neville.
Gorgeous card or what?! Would love to see what you do with the sketch and make sure to leave a comment as you hop along because on Tuesday morning (January 17), we will randomly choose one of the comments from all the blogs and that person will receive a huge grab bag of fabulous Gina K. Designs Stamps!
Are you ready to start the hop? Here's a list of all those participating:
List of Participants:
Hope you'll be able to join us ~ just create a card or project using the sketch and add it to StampTV's gallery or your blog and then come back here and post a link to it so we can all check it out!
***PLEASE NOTE: Blogger is acting up again so be aware that you may have problems leaving comments on some of the blogs - the upside is that you can still view all the adorable cards this amazing group came up with, but we're still very sorry for the inconvenience.
Its so..so..so AMAZING I love it!!
Janna Williams said:
This was a fun challenge and inspired me to get in my studio and create! Here is the link to my card: http://stampingwiththedogs.blogspot.com/2012/01/center-stage-alumni...
Stupid Blogger......I'll try again tomorrow......what I was able to see looked beautiful!
I really like the card and I needed a idea for a card
Thank you for all your lovely comments - much appreciated! This is a great sketch that I'm sure I will use again!
Love your choice of colors. Gorgeous.
I love your Valentine cards.
Such a simple sketch,but oh my what beautiful card results from some of the most talented ladies to start 2012.
I just took the hop through the beautiful cards and am re-energized to make some of my own right now......
How clever like your ideas