Tuesday, May 21, 2013

To You..../Dahlhouse Designs: Wanna Sketch #5

Hello and happy Tuesday my lovelies! Did you know that Lisa Arana of Dahlhouse Designs (re)started a just for fun sketch challenge on her blog? No? Well, you do now! ☺ It's called Wanna Sketch and I based my card from the current sketch #5:


Here is the inside of my card:


and the sketch:
I decided to mirror the sketch for this card. Love these CAS sketches: they help me use up the itty bitty scraps of paper that I just can't part with! LOL! (I know there's many of you that are the same way! ☺) I wanted to use a kraft card base but it seemed a bit plain to me, so I used a zig zag embossing border on it. I went over the design with some Peeled Paint DI to make it stand out a little more. It breaks up the white space just enough, without taking away from the main panel grouping. (Well, at least that's what I think! LOL!)

Thanks for stopping by, and I hope that you get to play along with this fun challenge! Have a wonderful day!

Chris
Supplies:
Stamps: Paper Smooches - Birthday Sampler; A Magical Spring
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black; Ranger DI - Peeled Paint
DP: Echo Park - this & That Charming; MME - Everyday Tango
Card Stock: Recollections (kraft); Bazzill Basics (turquoise)
Adhesive: SA by 3L - MyStik, 3D Foam Squares
Accessories: Grand Calibur; Cuttlebug - Charles Embossing Border; Marvy Uchida markers; Fiskars corner rounder

6 comments:

  1. You have no idea how big my smile is right now! You used my sketch AND included a beer!!! Heehee. Love your card and I am so happy you were able to use up your scraps. Thank you so much for being inspired by wanna sketch.

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  2. Totally adorable card, Chris! Love that little beer mug, and your sentiment is just so perfect. You always come up with the most fabulous sentiments. Really love the zig zag you added to the card base, too. Awesome little detail that adds a ton of interest!

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  3. I think you are right :) Love that embossing & the inking is superb. And, BEER! Yum :)

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  4. OHHHH! I LOVE LOVE LOVE this! LOVE that fun chevron design! You nailed this sketch-- fab inside too! LOVE it all around:) YOU ROCK!

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  5. This is really cute! Great idea for small stamps. I have a lot of them and never know what to do with them.

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