Friday, March 25, 2011

SFF 032511

Good Friday morning everyone! I hope you are ready for another sketch challenge at Sketch Frenzy Friday! This week's sketch was created by Jennifer Weide. Take a look:
What a fabulous sketch! This has so many possibilities and is open to all kinds of interpretation! In fact it was really hard for me to narrow down my options but I think I came up with something really nice and spring-like. Take a look:

I started with a card base of Bashful Blue. Then I punched a border from Pacific Point with the dotted ribbon scallop border punch and glued that down. I took a piece of Whisper White and stamped the swirly words from Flight of the Butterfly in Pacific point. On a piece of scrap Whisper White I stamped the solid image of the butterfly in Bashful Blue and then the flower part in Pacific Point right over it and cut it out. Then I took my white gel pen and colored the flower centers. The Whisper White panel is glued to a piece of Pacific Point and popped up on the card. I took my cut out butterfly and popped him up and gently bent his wings up. The last thing I did was to punch a flower from Bashful Blue cardstock with the itty bitty punch pack, glue dot it onto the card and add a basic pearl in the center. Easy!

Now it is time for you to see what Jennifer did with her sketch. Take the tour to get inspired and then create your own project. Upload it to the Sketch Frenzy Friday blog so we can all see. I just love to see how you all interpret our sketches. Too fun! Thanks for stopping by and have a super day!

Card Recipe: Stamps- Flight of the Butterfly; Paper- Bashful Blue, Pacific Point, Whisper White; Ink- Pacific Point, Bashful Blue; Accessories- dotted scallop ribbon border punch, itty bitty punch pack, white gel pen, basic pearls, dimensionals

5 comments:

  1. Just adorable! Love it!!

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  2. So very pretty!! I love the single pearl--just the right touch! You are soooo creative!

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  3. Great card! I paused at that set too when choosing what I used! Great job with the sketch!!

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  4. Wow, I love how you used this set. I may just have to case it.

    Robbie

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