Wednesday, September 7, 2011

#3 Stampin' Queens

It's Wednesday, and so it's time for another sketch challenge @ Stampin' Queens Sketch Challenge.  If you have some time, you should participate in this challenge.  We provide you with a workable sketch, and the only restriction we have, is that you use Stampin' Up! supplies.  I have added to this challenge for myself.  During these hard economic times, I have noticed that folks aren't spending like they use to.  So, for the last two challenges, I opened the Beau Chateau DSP, and used the Creative Elements and Elegance Established stamp sets.  I wanted to see if I could do more than one challenge with the same supplies.  And I used the same supplies for this challenge too!
Here is the sketch:
Here is my card:

The card base is soft suede card stock.  I matted the rooster pattern paper on marina mist card stock.  I stamped the typewriter in crumb cake classic ink, on very vanilla card stock.  This stamped image is matted on crumb cake card stock and then again on a blue flourish pattern paper.  I wrapped crumb cake seam binding onto a pink chicken wire pattern paper.  
To make the sentiment tag, I stamped the circle in pink pirouette classic ink and then 'create' in soft suede classic ink.  I punched the scallop oval out of a scrap piece of brown/pink pattern paper.  
To make that cute 'prima' flower, I punched three tiny scallop circles and added a rhinestone jewel to the center.  I sponged all the edges with sahara sand classic ink and distressed a few edges, randomly.
Thank you for looking, and please join us for a fun, and work-able sketch challenge!

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