Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Cheers to Skipping Stones Design!

It's another very b.u.s.y. day here at The Open Window
and I'm thrilled you stopped by !

I have had so much fun being a Guest Designer over at

and today is their New Release Blog Hop.

If you came by way of
Megan Aaron's Blog 
Thought's of Scrapbooking
you are in the perfect spot !

If not, I hope you will join along and start back at the
Skipping Stones Design Blog
so you don't miss out on a thing !

Here is the sketch for this week from the
very creative Kim Kesti
and here is my interpretation

Can you tell how fun this set is going to be as a part of your collection ?
It's called 'Cheers to You' and has so many possibilities.
I thought it would be fun to use the border as the main focus.
I made a frame using dies from Sizzix and simply colored in
the glasses using a few Copic markers.

It's time to get you on your way to my creative friend
Rochelle's Blog 
Two Tears in my Bucket

Thanks for popping by !

Project Recipe:
Cardstock: Pure Luxury by Gina K Designs
Stamps: Cheers to You by Skipping Stones Design
Tools: frame & accents dies from Sizzix, Copic Markers


Scrappychick said...

Fabulous! Love that you popped part of the border stamp!

Rochelle said...

CAS and so YOU Julie! I love the design!

wendyp said...

Fabulous card!

Scrapaddict said...

Very pretty!

Jingle said...

Super cute card!

Mona L. Pendleton said...

Fun card Julie!

TesaB said...

It's super gorgeous!!!

Connie Mercer said...

super cute and oh so fun!!!

Katie Gehring said...

Julie, this is so fun and fabulous! I love it!

Donna Bowman said...

So cute!! I love these drinks. I think I NEED this set! Love how you made them go from the label to the card so seamlessly!!

Lindsey said...

Love the overlapped, popped-up panel! Great card, Julie.

Glenda J said...

So clever! Great colours.

Angi Crandall said...

Can't wait to see the rest of the set...Love the popped up piece and the swirls. TFS!

Lagene said...

Great, CUTE card!

belldoubleyou said...

I really admire your subtle use of the central sketch element. I will have to try to remember that technique -- it gives extra visual interest but doesn't take over the card.