Sunday, April 26, 2015



It's Rosie here to share my version of the latest sketch challenge :).

{patterned paper, stickers-That's My Boy Echo Park, alphas-Echo Park & Heidi Swapp, large flourish-Kaisercraft die, twine-???, pearls-Want2Scrap}

To create the large circles out of twine I used a circle die cut paper and "traced" along the edge with liquid glue.

This large flourish is a decorative die by Kaisercraft, I used it in place of the tree die cut in the sketch.
I love all the layering possibilities this sketch provides and using papers from the same collection ensures the colours and patterns work well together.

Link up your take on the sketch by clicking on the "current sketch" in the sidebar and come back tomorrow to see Jane's take on the sketch! 

Saturday, April 25, 2015


Hi everyone, CAROLEANNE here with you today with my take on our latest sketch here at stuck on u sketches.
This is a fab sketch so I hope you give it a go, and don't forget to visit all the other designers this week for more inspiration.

Using a template cut out a scalloped shape in yellow card stock
Matt this onto purple card stock, cut out
Cut out four photos, matt and attach  
Lightly adhere onto a 12x12 sheet of pretty paper
Cut out three strips of card/paper in co-ordinating colours
Ink the edges
Attach as per the sketch
Cut out two more strips for  borders at the base of the layout
I also cut out a third piece of pretty paper and scalloped the edge
Cut out a thin circle piece of card, adhere as per the sketch
Stamp and die cut the tree and branches, adhere
Now start to decorate with assorted flowers pearls and butterflies.
Plain card stock, yellow, purple, pale purple
Pretty papers - Heartfelt Creations
Purple chalk ink
Circle cutter
Scallop shaped template
Butterflies with beaded bodies
Mini pearls
Flower pearls
Mini roses
Flat flowers, lilac
Stamped and die cut yellow flowers - Heartfelt Creations
Stamped and die cut tree - Heartfelt Creations

Make your own mini flowers
Stick pins
How to make the yellow flowers here





Friday, April 24, 2015

April 24th-Sketch challenge

We've almost made it through another month of challenges and reveals by our amazing design team..
But, we have 1 more sketch to share with you before the May challenges are posted.. 

Here is the last sketch of April 2015:
How fun right?... You can really put those scraps to good use with this sketch..
Lots of fun ways to get multiple photos scrapped as well..

Here is my take on this sketch:
I went facebook stalking again and got some cute photos of my daughter with her cat..

How about a few close ups and some details:

wanted to add some playful lettering to my layout and found these on the Kate's ABC's Cricut cartridge..

The cluster of photos... 

All of the die cuts I added are located on the Cricut's Kate's ABC's cartridge..

and now, for our top 3 from the "Clear Skies" die cut challenge:



Sara M.

Congratulations ladies.. Awesome layouts and such a fun take on our challenge..
you can grab out top3 badge from the side bar..

now, its your turn to wow us with your takes on our sketch..
You have two weeks to play along and can find this post on the side bar..

Till next time..

Thursday, April 23, 2015

SOUS Die Cut Challenge: You're My Type

Hi Helen is here today sharing my project that made for SOUS Die Cut Challenge this week. The theme is Industrial. You are challenge to create any projects that has die cuts such as: typewriter, gear, telephone, lamp, light, etc.

I created a card with typewriter die cut from ... Using my Silhouette Cameo, I cut a piece of White Daisy cardstock and added on the card using glue pen.

And I stamped the sentiment from Happy Everything set on a piece of velum, heat-embossed it eith white embossing powder. I used Tombow Velum glue runner to glue the velum on the card. And I finished it with 2 chevron wood veneer.

I hope to see your projects, too. You can link up using the Mister Linky HERE.

Thanks for visitng today!

Wednesday, April 22, 2015


Hello there!! I'm Vivian and welcome to this week's die cut challenge: Industrial. Most of us do something like this all the time! Think cameras, gears, vintage "electronics", etc.

This challenge just gave me a good excuse to make this polaroid camera box card by SVGCuts. All kinds of fun ways to make this camera too with any paper scheme you want!

Thanks for stopping by today!!

Supplies: Listed on my personal blog.