I made today's card for the sketch challenge on Splitcoaststampers. The image is a digital image from Digital Stamp Oasis. It is colored with Copic Markers and mounted up on dimensionals. The designer paper is the new Rich Razzleberry color from Stampin Up. When I first saw this sketch, I wasn't sure I liked it, it looked very complicated and tricky to me. But once I got going, I realized it was much simpler than it looked, and I really like it now. I guess thats why they call them challenges...they force you out of your comfort zone! LOL!
Before I close, I did want to mention that the blog that I design for Digital Tuesday Challenge, is looking for two new designers. If your interested, here are all the details. There are a lot of great perks...mostly getting free digital images from the weekly sponsors. So if your interested, be sure and check it out! Have a great day! Amy
Amy these papers are BEAUTIFUL!! Oh my girl love your take on this sketch your image and those clips are soooo cute!!!ReplyDelete
Boy oh boy teenagers, my son 15 barely likes us to take him shopping...LOL!! Hugs!
Sometimes it's nice to just sit at home in those PJ's....hope you enjoyed your movie.ReplyDelete
LOVE the razzleberry colors in your card, and that mushroom image is sweet!!
The image is just so edible but you can't cos of the flutterby and as for the papers - just beautiful. Liz xReplyDelete
Ahhhh sitting in the comfort of thine own home sounds wonderful. My daughter's 18th birthday was yesterday.. She is away at college. Super job on this tough sketch. Love the image. I really like the way you added the sentiment. Hope you get some rest..ReplyDelete
BEAUTIFUL creation Amy!! Love your color choice! PLEASE get some rest ... I don't know how you even find time to make a card between your work schedule, family and those amazing gardens of yours! Take care!ReplyDelete
Super cute card! Love the colors of the paper!ReplyDelete
This is so adorable! I love the layout, paper color and mushrooms are always so fun on cards. Hope the movie was a good one!ReplyDelete
What a fun image and I like the sketch you paired it with.ReplyDelete
You drive an hour to work each way? Then you have all that stress of actually being at work. Yikes!