Here is this weekend’s sketch:


To participate in the challenge, make a card with this layout and upload it either to your blog, or to an online gallery.
If you upload your card on SCS, put WSC93 (NO SPACE INBETWEEN WSC AND 93) in the keyword section. That way we can look at all of them at once!

To see samples made with this sketch now, check out the blogs of

Cambria Turnbow

Charmaine Ikach

Jenn Balcer

Laurie Schmidlin 

Lori Craig

MaryJo Albright

Sharon Harnist

Have fun creating! I can’t wait to see what you come up with.

SCS submissions


Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

7 Responses to “Weekend Sketch Challenge #93”

  1. Great sketch, Beate, thanks!

  2. […] sets, but I knew right away they would get a lot of inkin’ from me.  This card is for Beate’s Fresh and Fun Weekend Sketch Challenge and I chose to use  four of the new In Colors.  I didn’t think much of the colors until […]

  3. Love this sketch thank you! Thought it would work well with the Parisian Breeze Designer Series paper from the Aussie Spring Mini!

  4. Happy Hi Beate! I always look forward to your Weekend Sketch Challenges and I’m thankful you’re keeping them going! You and the other talented gals on your team always create something fabulous to inspire me. Smiles 2 U, Pam 🙂

  5. […] our “stash” and this provided a good excuse to remedy that.  Later I stumbled upon the Weekend Sketch Challenge (WSC93) on Beate’s blog and thought I would try to combine that with the first […]

  6. […] If you’ve received the Stampin’ Up! Holiday Mini Catalog in the mail, you’ll recognize the fabulous new fall images and Designer Series Paper found on pages 12-13. I decided to try the thumping technique with two of the leaves, and incorporate them into Beate’s Weekend Sketch (WSC93). […]

  7. sorry, first link I posted was the wrong one.

    Thanks again for the inspiration, very happy to finally take part in another WSC 🙂

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