Double Trouble #21

Have you heard the buzz? The Double Trouble Team has paired up with the Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge for the next two weeks. Trouble Maker is tip-toeing thru the Tulip Bulbs…demanding that we give her flowers after this long cold winter. Twisted Sister is all a flutter after signing up for a Birds & Bees Class on Valentines Day and would like you to use something with wings or something “B”-related or the word Buzz or Bzzz on your project.

The Atlantic Hearts Team gave us permission to share both of their upcoming sketches a little early so make sure that you are visiting their page and linking to the correct sketch


AHSC #302 Feb 4AHSC #303 Feb 11


For my first card I chose to use a soft color combination of Sugar Plum, Ballerina and Peach for my flowers and Sage leaves all on a Mink Background which I cut using the Thin Cut Decorative Border Die. I added a tiny little bee which I cut from the Cricut Flower Market Cartridge.

My second card is my least favorite to make…a sympathy card! I used a Wreath Builder template and stamped flowers in a circular pattern to form my wreath…I didn’t leave quite enough room to include my sentiment at the bottom, but I actually liked it better layered across the flowers. The Willow layer was embossed with a honeycomb embossing folder for my “BEE” requirement.

Don’t forget that Double Dare has provided you the links to Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenges over on our home page with the complete challenge information.

I hope you’ll take some time and join in the fun!

11 thoughts on “Double Trouble #21

  1. Very pretty card, I love the flowers. The colours are soft and very spring like and I love it! Thanks for playing along with Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge (AHSC).

    Brandi R.
    DT member AHSC


  2. I love your cards! The soft color combination on the first one is so pretty. It’s a nice clean and simple design. The bee is a super cute touch! The second color combinations is one of my all time favorites. Thank you for playing along with Atlantic Hearts.


  3. Tracey, beautiful florals on both of your cards. Love the bright colors you used on the second sketch. And by the way did you notice the first card in our challenge were tulips, I’m still tip-toeing, and having a fun time.


  4. I love that scalloped border on your first card and I remember those flowers from WAY back! Great choice as they work so well for this sketch – and your colours go so well together. Love it 🙂


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