Monday, January 12, 2009

Makeesha Sketch Challenge

It's hotting up here in Adelaide today, but 41 tomorrow that's hot! I wanted to do another challenge today. After spending the day looking at how dry the lower lakes at Milang and Clayton were and so depressing it is for the people living in such a terrible situation. So to cheer me up this evening I got out the stamps and completed this whilst enjoying the airconditioned comfort of my lounge room (not the normal craft room, but that does not have the cooling). This is another first for me, oh I have loved being on holidays to have the time to fit these challenges in as usually the cut off has been before I even discover them. Thanks to Makeesha Byl for this sketch challenge, and I look forward to making more in the coming months ahead.

Stamp Set: Eastern Blooms
Ink: Old Olive, Tempting Turquoise, Pumpkin Pie
Card: Whisper White, Old Olive, Pumpkin Pie, Bail Breeze Designer Series Paper
Accessories: Old Olive 5/8" Grosgrain Ribbon, Blue Rhinestone Brad, Green Rhinestone Brad


  1. Beautiful card, love the colours!
    Great job on the challenge!
    Keep cool lol, I live in Adelaide too and will have the air con on all day lol!
    Have a great week, Take Care


  2. OH WOW Kathryn, your card is beautiful! I love how you have layered the three flowers in a row, very pretty! It is great to have non-demo's play along too, so thanks for sharing your creativity with us as well! Take care, Love Keesh x

  3. Beautiful card Kathryn! We have hot weather today in Melbourne, but only 37 ... looking forward to the beach tomorrow

  4. Hey Kathryn, Just wanted to let you know that I drew your name as winner of blog candy on my blog, do you want to email me your address so I can get it in the post?

    Hope you have a great day :)

  5. Gorgeous Kathryn. I reckon you're on a winner! I'm from your end of the world originally and like reading your little comments about SA - keeps me a bit more in touch with home.

  6. I absolutely love this card. The colours, the way you've used the stamp set, all of it.