Saturday, October 30, 2010

Ode to the MS scoreboard

While it's been a while since I crafted anything as I had to get through over 400 blog posting in my Google Reader library, I made it through and came out with a few challenges that intrigued me.

Using the Midnight Madness sketch - I went with the plain version and took my Martha Stewart Scoreboard and made score lines and frame on the main card and the accent piece.

I recently bought this large intricate MS butterfly punch as well and thought the trio of butterflies would work well on a plain background for the Simon Says challenge. The next was the monochromatic (and one color was ok) at C.R.A.F.T Challenge blog.
Just a sprinkle of MS crystal fine glitter finishes this card off for The ABC Challenge - G is for Glitter.

The inside of my card follows the recipe at The Paper Players, one designer paper (Creative Memories), one sentiment (Sugarloaf Products) and a punch (MS) (I missed this challenge - but it so helped me complete the inside of the card.)


Audrey Frelx said...

Sherly, this card is beautiful!!! Sorry you missed a challenge! This litte beauty needs to be in as many challenges as you can find!!! LOL!!!

Hugs, sweetie!

Phyllis said...

Sherly A BIG WARM WELCOME to the Midnight Madess Sketch Challenge!! We are so happy that you have found us!! Beautiful butterflies on this sweet card. Nice scoring!! The MMDesign Team thanks you for playing in our challenge this week!!

Phyllis MMDesign Team

Love That Bug said...

I love this. I agree with Audrey, it needs to be in a lot of challenges.
I really love the scoring idea
Have a great Halloween

Carol said...

Sheryl welcome to midnight madness. So glad you could join us this week with this beautiful card. These butterflies are enchanting. Great job with the sketch. Thank you for playing along with the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge.

Bear Hugs,
Carol :O}
Midnight Madness Design Team

Lovely Linda said...

Hello Cheryl - welcome to the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge! Your butterfllies are gorgeous and the scoring looks great! I am loving this! Thanks for playing along with the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge this week! {{{hugs}}}
Linda MMSC Design Team

Connie M. said...

Oh Sheryl! This is just so pretty! I love the beautiful butterflies! Thanks so much for playing this week in the Midnight Madness Sketch Challege! We hope you join us again real soon! Hugs!!


marsha said...

Sheryl, WELCOME to the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge,we're so glad you joined us this week! Your scoring looks fabulous and the butterfly trio is the perfect addition. Very nice "thank you" sentiment inside also. Thanks again for joining us this week and we hope you will come back and join us agin next week for another exciting challenge!

Gunn (MsPlum) said...

Welcome to the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge! We are so happy you found us and wanted to play along!
This is looking really good! Lovely butteflies and happy warm colors. Great take on the CAS sketch!

Thanks for joining Midnight Madness Challenge. Your support is highly valued, and we hope to see you playing with us again real soon ;o)


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Pretty butterflies!!! I LOVE those colors together too!!

Thanks so much for entering the Simon Says Stamp Challenge!!!


Priscilla said...

A BIG warm WELCOME to our challenges. We are thrilled you have entered. It is a joy to check out new blogs and peoples work. Love your card and what a great take on the sketch. I hope you keep coming back. Thank you so much for joining in the fun this week at the Midnight Madness sketch challenge.
MMSC Hostess

Holly Moore said...

Holy my Goodness is that ever stunning and impressive! It is such an honor to have you join us in the fun at Midnight Madness for the very 1st time. Welcome! The colors are just perfect to highlight the great scoring! Thank you so much for playing the Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge this week. Hope to see you back again next week.

Holly R. Moore

Christine said...

Butterflies are one of my most favorite shapes and I so love that you can find punches and dies of all shapes and sizes. I love how you used them for the punch em challenge. Thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Challenge blog.
xoxo, Christine