Saturday, September 7, 2013

Sketch Sweater Weather

You want to talk about a super cool pack of DSP? Then stick around because the Sweater Weather DSP is something you'll see this season from Stampin' Up! It's perfectly designed to complement the change of scenery and temperature and, it lives up to it's name and is reminiscent of big thick comfy sweaters.

Since it is only the beginning of September I paired the autumnal patterns with soft warm tones that feel like late summer for my card. My sketch is from the Fall Collection of Create with Connie and Mary--I just turned it sideways. Pop over and see how the Design Team has been inspired by this sketch.

I used the Five-Way Flower image which I stamped five times. Then I punched each layer with the coordinating punch and assembled the pieces with Stampin' Dimensionals. The greeting flag is stamped with the Banner Greetings hostess set and the ribbons are Soft Sky Seam Binding and Crumb Cake Taffeta. A few Basic Rhinestones added to the card and I was done.


  1. That turned out really cool. I forget that sketches can be rotated. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Great idea to turn the sketch! Love the dimension of the flower, too! Such a soft and pretty card!

  3. Very nice 4-layered flower and how you turned the sketch around!

  4. I didn't think I was going to need this flower! You've convinced me that I do! That dimensional flower is just gorgeous!