Here's the sketch:
And the cards:
The bottom paper and ribbon are both from stock, the top paper is from Creative Imaginations; the stamp, which I colored with Copics, is from Penny Black; and the circle, which I made stand up a bit with 3M padded tape, was cut with my Cricut. I made this with a little girl who loves pink in mind. Oh, and the glossy accents doesn't look as bright on the actual card as it showed up with my flash.
This cardstock is Cherry Cobbler from Stampin' Up; the paper and satin ribbon is from stock, and the image, colored with Copics, is from Stampabilities.
The red cardstock is Cherry Cobbler from Stampin' Up; the bottom paper (which looks brighter white in real life) is from Echo Park; the velvet ribbon's from stock; the top cardstock was embossed with my Cuttlebug; instead of a circle, I decided to cut a snowflake with my Cricut, which I then colored with Copics B0000 and B000, and the house, which I (sigh) glued on crooked with the 3M padded tape strip to make it stand out a bit, is from Lawn Fawn.
I was having trouble with my bounce flash picking up the right color on the cards because the sky outside the window is so stormy gray today, so I reshot this one with my straight on flash, which gives a much better indication of the colors, especially on the snowflake paper that looks darker on the gingerbread house card. This cardstock is from Mark's Finest Papers. I can't remember the color, but think it might be Cherry Slush, which is brighter than Stampin' Up's Cherry Cobbler. The paper is from Echo Park; since a square background took up too much of the music notes, I decided to go with a circle background, which I cut out with my Cricut; and the image, colored with Copics, is from Stampabilities and the ribbon's from stock.
Since I had to get back to madly writing on Castaway Cove, my OWH Shelter Bay July 2013 book, which is due in January, that's all I managed to get made today. For readers, you have until Monday midnight, PST, to comment on last week's Tuesday Teaser for a chance to win an Advance Reading Copy of Sea Glass Winter, which will be arriving at a store near you on either December 31, or January 1st.
Have a super week!