Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Get Sketchy Challege #3

It's time for another Get Sketchy Challenge and here is the creation I made for it. I decided to do a Christmas card because my friend, Sandy let me punch out a few of her new Spellbinder Shapeabilities and I thought one would work perfectly for this layout!!

I have a habit of "sketching" the sketch for the challenge and taking it to my craftroom to work on (instead of printing it out). Looking at the actual sketch here ... I see I should have made the middle panel a little larger! But I'm still very happy with the outcome!!

Here are the materials used:

Stamps: Hero Arts

Papers: Christmas Green cs, Whisper White, The Paper Studio design paper, Christmas Red cs

Inks: Versafine Black

Accessories: Spellbinder Shapeabilities, Michaels holiday ribbon, Gold Pilot Marker

Thanks so much for stopping by today!! Please come back tomorrow for Penny's Challenges, the Color Throwdown, the SCS Sketch Challenge and whatever else I might have time for, LOL!!!


Kim said...

This card is just perfect for this challenge! I LOVE the new Spellbinder Shapeabilities. I hadn't seen that one yet! Perfection!
Kim xXx

~amy~ said...

great job...love the christmas theme...you've done a magnificent job! Thanks for joining us over at Get Sketchy!

Dora said...

Wonderful card, those colors are beautiful!
thnx for playing!

Penny said...

I also sketch the sketch. I go to all the challenge blogs I participate in that day, sketch and/or write the challenge and take that paper to my craft room! lol

I think your card turned out great. I hope sketches arent meant to be taken literally because mine never look exact!

chercroppin said...

I think it's perfect too! Beautiful card Darlene, love those Nesties!

Bree said...

That ribbon with the green scalloped paper = divine!
Thanks for playing with us at GET SKETCHY!

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