Sugar Pea Designs Sugar Sketch 8

Today I’m sharing a card using the new Sugar Pea Designs Sugar Sketch number 8. I really liked using this sketch. It was so easy to put together into a card. I’m using the super adorable Rice Rice Baby on my card today as I have a specific friend in mind for this card. 🙂

Sushi Birthday by Jen Shults using stamp from Sugar Pea Designs

I started my card by stamping the penguin on PTI white cardstock with MFT’s Hybrid Black Licorice ink and coloring him with Copics. Next I die cut him with a Spellbinder’s square die. To build the layout I started with a Tangy Orange (MFT) card base and layered it with white, Sno Cone (MFT) embossed with the chain embossing folder from LifeStyle Crafts. I cut the yellow panel out of some scrap Bazzill cardstock and matted it with Blue Raspberry (MFT) and rounded two of the corners using my We R Memory Keepers Envelope board as my corner rounder punch bit the dust the other day. **Side question – do you have a favorite corner round punch? I haven’t been able to find a replacement that I like for the one that I had and I can’t seem to find the same one again.** The sentiment is stamped on more Tangy Orange and die cut with Banner Stacklets 3 (Taylored Expressions). Sorry that part of the pic is out of focus – I had my camera settings a bit off. I layered a couple of stars above and below the sentiment and it was done. So quick!

My color palette comes from MFT’s Color Palette Challenge 7.


And I fixed up the inside too!


Here’s a look at the sketch if you’d like to play along:


Challenge Prize Graphic


  • Play along with any stamp you like – but if you use SugarPea Designs, we’ll top your voucher up to $15!
  • Feel free to rotate/flip the sketch, or exchange any shapes for what works with your design, just make sure the sketch is recognizable!
  • Combine our sketch with any other challenge(s) (except another sketch!)
  • Upload to your blog or other online gallery using keyword: SPDSS08 so that we may check out your beautiful work
  • Add your link to the linkup on the SugarPea Blog. You’ll find our current challenges on the sidebar.

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