Monday, January 7, 2013

Seems a Little Sketchy

Welcome to our 30th sketch at Seems a Little Sketchy, as well as the first for 2013. I love the ability to use my designer papers as well as a little bit of bling with this sketch. 

And here is my card, using from our sponsor, Sassy Studio Designs, Pink Ribbon Sassy. Okay, I know, I know, she's called "PINK" Ribbon Sassy, why did I make her purple. The purple ribbon for a cause represents Alzheimer's disease, something I support because my Dad is suffering from it. He is in the middle stages of it, forgetful, unable to drive, but still physically able to do so much. It's difficult seeing the changes in him. Now show us your support of Seems a Little Sketchy by joining us for this fun and wonderful sketch challenge.


Linda Palmer said...

This is beautifully designed and beautifully colored. Beautiful card Linda.

Sandy Trefger said...

A wonderful card for a great cause! I "Pink" in purple! :)
visit my blog @ sandy's crafty creations

Carolina Girl (Cely) said...

Cute card and I love purple so your card was right up my alley...I also love the bling...speaks girly!

Stacy said...

Adorable card Linda! I love the purple, and what a great cause. I didn't know about your father, I am terribly sorry your family has been effected with this horrible disease and will add him to my prayer list.

Maybe I will have the time to use this fun sketch this week!


Glenda Atkins said...

Love the Sassy Studio image and all the purple along with the great backing papers and design. I think anything to draw attention to Alzheimer's is good, my heart goes out to you and your Dad and all those who care about him.

Valerie said...

I love the papers you used on this card! great color combo! I like the bling too. I'm sorry to hear about your dad. That has to be very difficult. I experienced a bit of it with my MIL many years ago before she had a stroke and had to be put in a nursing home.