PPA288 – A Sketch by Amy Lazzell


Today’s sketch is brought to you by the talented, Amy Lazzell of “Cards by Amy”, she used simple shapes to give us a great sketch to work with!  We encourage you to grab your stamps and paper and play along with us this week!  The link to upload your project to the gallery is included at the end of this post.

Rules for the Gallery:

  • We invite you to use any brand of products to create your card or papercraft project.
  • Your entry should be new and inspired (totally or partially) by this challenge.
  • Please link to the blog post where your project is posted.  Incorrect links are not eligible for Pals Picks, and may be deleted.
  • Please use keyword PPA288 when uploading to public galleries.
  • Inlinkz will close at Noon (EST) Tuesday, February 23rd.
  • We’ll announce our Pals Paper Artist Picks on Wednesday, February 24th.

Featured Designer

Amy L Head Shot

Featured Designer

Amy did a great job with this sketch and gave us a little of everything with her card this week – multiple layers, dry embossing, fussy cutting, pearl accents!  See her card here:

AmyAmy Lazzell

Are you ready for more inspiration?  Here are the fabulous designs by our Pals Paper Arts Design Team Members:

AnnAnn Schach

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DawnDawn Tidd

GingerGinger Toivonen

Linda Linda Callahan


Lisa Ann Bernard


Maggie Mata


Mary Fish


Nicole Watt


Patti MacLeith


Sandie Conner


Susan Itell


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  2. What a fun sketch! Thank you!

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  7. Such a cool sketch! Just now seeing it & closing down the stamp zone for now, but will hope to play eventually. Happy new week ahead!

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  9. I see four thumbnails per row for the card submission. The forth is cut off on every row in Fire Fox and Google Chrome. Maybe your webmaster could check this out. 🙂

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