Wednesday, February 12, 2014

SSW2 and Pattie's Creations

Hey there friends!!  Another week has gone by and it's time for a new Challenge over at Sweet Sketch Wednesday 2!!  Hope you have all found time during this cold weather to get to your Craft Rooms and create!!  I wish I could find more time...  but I'm thankful for the time I do have to get crafty!!

This week the Sponsor at SSW2 is Pattie's Creations.  Head on over to her ETSY shop and check out her creations by clicking HERE.  This week's Winner will receive two free images!!

With Valentine's Day only a couple of days away, I chose to use her cute image "Sea Horse Love" to make a card for my daughter and her husband.  I haven't used your typical Valentine colors for this card, but it will do the trick anyway as my daughter (for some reason unknown to me) LOVES Sea Horses...hmmm...

First, I'll share this week's Sketch...

The center can either be a hexagon or a circle...

and here's my card...

Thanks so much for stopping by!!  Be sure to stop by Sweet Sketch Wednesday 2 and check out the rest of the Design Team's creations!!

Blessings to you!!


  1. So Cute! Love the little kissing seahorses and I LOVE your blingy bubbles. Adorable.

  2. She loves seahorses huh? Mine loves lizards. I had my reservations about this image but this is REALLY cute, Sally. Love the glittery bubbles.

  3. I have to agree with Joanna I have reservations about this image and now I've seen it for my own eyes it's perfect, I just adore your colour combo and design papers but the gem bubbles were a perfect finishing touch to a lovely card. Take care and have a great week.

  4. The perfect image for your daughter and her husband. Very cute colors, the gems are the perfect touch. Have a Happy Valentines day.
    Hugs, Heide

  5. How beautiful Sally!! Love how you colored the two seahorses. Love the rhinestone bubbles.


  6. Sally, I love the Rhinestone air bubbles. Sooo cute! These little sea horses are darling. Have a good week. Sorry I am so slow commenting this week. Family in town.
    Hugs, Nancy