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Good Job! Color and Sketch Challenge Card

Sometimes you make a card, and then you think the link party ended and you're like, "okay, I'm going to restructure this and turn it into a sketch challenge," and then you realize that not only was the first challenge still having its link party, but so is the second challenge.

This is a long way of saying, this card is made for two challenges. I originally thought the link party ended at CAS Colours & Sketches... turns out I was wrong. Their challenge was to use the following colors:
Then, over on Try Stampin' on Tuesday they gave us this wonderful sketch:
I mentioned yesterday that I purchased a random donation box from Stampin' Up. In it was this Brutus Monroe stamp set. I used the stamp from that and pulled out my Copic Coloring markers. And here's the end result:
Overall, I'm really happy with the design. I don't make a ton of horizontal A2 cards, so that was nice from a visual standpoint.

So a 2-for-1, which is not something I normally do, but happy accidents are just that!


  1. Danny, your critter card is really cute! Although the sentiment says "good job" he looks a bit suspicious to me :-D Thank you for sharing both your card and creative talents with us at Try Stampin' on Tuesday!!! -Donna

  2. This is so sweet. I like that your choice of colours matches the patterned papers. Thanks for sharing with us at TSOT :)

  3. So very cute - great colors, and I LOVE the font in your sentiment! I do think this kitty looks a bit suspicious, though, lol. Thanks so much for playing at TSOT!

  4. Great job with Challenge 517 this week at Try Stampin' on Tuesday Challenge! Thank you for joining us!

  5. What a cute stamp that is and a great use of our colours. Thank you for playing with us at CAS Colours and Sketches. Vicky x


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