Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Mixing Up Some Challenge Cards

Here a few cards I made today for the Hope You Can Cling To Challenges at splitcoaststampers

As you can see from the first picture-I ended up pulling the sentiment heart off and moved it to the inside of the card.

Stamps: Canvas, Studio G:fall and mini alphabet
Paper: Sahara Sand, Very Vanilla, Cherry Cobbler
Ink: Sahara Sand, Old Olive, Cherry Cobbler
Accessories: Sticky Strip, Dimensionals, Cutter Kit Distressing Tool, 1" square punch, Hearts punch, Burlap and burlap string, sponge
Techniques: Distressing, Pleating

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   Ended up doing two of this design as I wasn't happy with hos the grid turned out on the first one. I stamped the sentiment crooked on the 2nd one so I stamped onto a piece of Sahara Sand and stuck it over the mistake.

Stamps: Canvas, Inkadinkado Fall Leaves, Sentiment by Endless Creations
Paper: Sahara Sand, Garden Green, white
Ink: Pear Pizzazz, Wild Wasabi, Old Olive, Garden Green, Sahara Sand
Accessories: Marker, Corner Rounder Punch, Sponge, Ruler
Techniques: Stamp Kissing, Grid bg, Sponging

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This one uses the sketch challenge sketch and used a music book page as the base.

Stamps: Lovely As A Tree, Seasonal Sayings, VLV-Chicago skyline, various snowflakes
Paper: Smokey Slate, Pacific Point, Book Page
Ink: Pacific Point, Island Indigo, Versafine Smokey Grey
Accessories: Cheery Lynn-mini fanciful flourish die, Ribbon Roses, Washi Tape, Grey & White Gesso, Blue Acrylic Paint, Gelly Roll Clear Star
Techniques: Gesso Background

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Stamps: Plant Hope, Lovely As A Tree, Graceful Words, Music Notes Wheel, Canvas, Printied Ballerina Coloring Page
Paper: Pink Pirouette, White, Copy Paper, Crossword Dictionary Page
Paper Size: A2
Ink: Tempting Turquoise, Island Indigo, Bermuda Bay, Garden Green, Always Artichoke
Accessories: Frost White Shimmer Paint, Spritzer, Pastels, QTip, Sponge, Gelly Roll Clear Star pen, Rose Red Marker
Techniques: Homemade Shimmer Spray. Sponging, Omitting With Marker, Tearing

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