Posted by: Michelle | March 7, 2009

321 Sketch

Leave it to me to combine a couple of challenges. The Penny Black Saturday Challenge was a 321 challenge – 3 brads, 2 ribbons, 1 flower. I made a 4321 card – 4 eyelets, 3 brads, 2 ribbons and 1 flower. To pull it all together, I drew inspiration from the latest Sketch Saturday sketch.


When I decided to use work on the Penny Black challenge, I asked my son to help me select a stamp and together we decided to use Baby Hammock. I guess the combinantion of the baby themed stamp and the pinks in the sketch inspired me to make a baby girl cardL


Believe it or not, I am not really a pink girl, but lately I find myself using more and more of it. Let me know what you think of the emergence of my inner pink (as my hubby likes to call it).



  1. Fabulous card. Love the image and the papers. Michele x

  2. Oh wow this is adorable Michelle, love the gorgeous pinks !! Fab work.
    Thanks for joining us this week at PBSC & SS
    Have a great week
    Tracie :)x

  3. Hi there
    what a sweet card love the hedgehog, I seem to be doing the same lately using more & more pink. Good luck

  4. Such a pretty card! I love the delicate colour scheme! Thanks for joining the PB challenge this week!
    Beth xx

  5. gorgeous baby card….love the papers and that adorable image…and thanks for joining in the fun this week at TYI…enjoy the rest of your weekend
    hugs Kath xxxxx

  6. Aww… this is adorable! Just perfect as a baby card!

  7. I think you look good in pink! It’s a beautiful card. I love the image … and I love the way you’ve used the ribbon.

    Teri xx

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