Simply Sketch – Saturday Challenge – Best Decision Ever Card

Saturday, 18 February , 2017


Hello & thanks for you joining me today on our “Blog Hop” if you came from Jerim Dickins’ blog you are already hopping your way thought the projects, if you joined here, Welcome! and let me briefly explain how it works…

Each month we are given a theme and we can get our spin on it. What amazes me most is that even though we have the same sketch we all come back with different projects, hope you enjoy and continue checking the other projects by using the buttons below.

We are enjoying the best time of the year with Stampin’ Up! – Its Sale-a-Bration so for every £45 we can choose a FREE product. If you love crafting you can understand the great feel to get beautiful exclusive products, yep products that money cannot buy. 

But there is also another aspect, Stampin’ Up! also has a program to join in as a Demonstrator and we have many perks with that, discounts, first look into new products and exclusive products only to demonstrators, but you can read more about this later.

Last week I had the beautiful Shelley joining my team and I made this card for the Welcome pack I’m sending her. I know she loved flowers in the Succulent Framelit Dies and had a go on die cutting some for a different project so I thought this would fit perfectly for her.

We had the theme (as per image) but I replaced the two circles with the delicate flowers form this dies set.

Now the sentiment part I used the Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies and a stamp set that is exclusive to Demonstrators, its called ‘Best Decision Ever Photopolymer Stamp”. But this card design is very versatile and could easily be a Thank You or even a Birthday Card, so I hope you have a go too.

Our next “Hop” is Karen Howell for her blog just click on “Next Blog Button” below.

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Have fun and happy crafting!

Keila x

P.S.All products are available on our Stampin’ Up! shop. If you would like a catalogue, please let me know and I’ll post you the annual and seasonal catalogues.


Stock Card:

Imperial: 5  x 10 inches
Metric: 12.5 x 25 cm

Stock Panels:

White [Imperial] 4 ½ x 4 ½ inches / [Metric] 11.5 x 11.5 cm
Window Sheet [Imperial] 3 ¼ x 3 ¼ inches / [Metric] 8.3 x 8.3 cm


Imperial > Long Edge: 5” | Metric > Long Edge: 12.5 cm

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  • Fiona Whitehead
    February 18, 2017

    Love the colours you’ve used Keila

  • Elisha
    February 18, 2017

    Brilliant use of these framelits!! Love love love the card – well done:-)

  • Anna Krol
    February 18, 2017

    Beautiful card and great choice of colours Keila xx

  • Dee, Lady Dee Crafts
    February 18, 2017

    Great card Keila, love the colour combo. x

  • Heidi Smith
    February 18, 2017

    Great card Keila

  • Jillian Selwood
    February 18, 2017

    Love it Keila, stunning card xx

  • Angelina (Intatwyne Designs)
    February 18, 2017

    Great color combo Keila

  • Sally
    February 21, 2017

    Stunning colours Keila. Beautiful card.xx

  • Gloria Sperring
    February 23, 2017

    I didn’t know what to do with the hanging little flower/stem, whatever it’s called from Oh So Succulent Bundle. Now, I do! I really love your card.

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