Saturday, April 15, 2017

Sketch Saturday #459

Hello and welcome crafty peeps!
I'm back guest designing at
Here is this week's sketch, #459:
This week's sponsor is
Star Stampz, and her Etsy store
has some fabulous digi stamps!

The one I've used for my card is called
Gotta catch 'em all Pokemon:

I've colored this cutie with Spectrum Noir markers, and added a panel of colorful geometric
paper behind the image. The smiley face emoji (which was gifted to me by my
Snarky Sister Donna) seemed to go perfectly with
this anime style character.

The Pokemon ball (is it a ball? I've never watched the cartoon so I'm clueless. LOL!)
and stars were given some Diamond Stickles for sparkle.

This was such a great sketch to work with. I'm sure you'll feel the same way!
I hope that you find some time to play along at Sketch Saturday this week!

Thanks for visiting!

Stamps: Star Stampz - Gotta Catch 'Em All Pokemon digi; Paper Smooches - Spectrum
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black
DP: American Crafts - #Summer
CS: TE; Crafter's Companion; scraps
Accessories: Spectrum Noir markers; computer and printer; Ranger - Diamond Stickles; MISTI;
Smiley face emoji die from Donna
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, Thin 3D foam squares; Ranger - Multi Medium Matte


Barbara Godden said...

Awesome use of the sketch, it's a good one too. Yes it is a ball, a capture ball. I only know because I have grandsons. They were all big into the pokemon go on their phones. Very cute card and super colouring.

Audrey Pettit said...

Awww, this really makes me smile! What a fun image, and really beautifully colored! I love the bit of sparkle you added, and that geometric paper is super eye catching. My kiddos were both really into Pokemon when they were little, so this brings back fun memories for me!

Lindsey said...

Love your colouring and it sparkles in all the right places!

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