Thursday, June 3, 2010

SISC12 A Sketch with a Twist

Last month I was a Guest Groovy Gurl and I am honored to say that this month I am Groovy Gurl. Tonya is taking a break and I was asked to fill the empty spot that was created. I had so much fun as a guest how could I say no.

This week's challenge is this awesome sketch, but there's a twist. You see those blank corners, well the twist is to kick corners. I decided to fold mine but you are free to do what you want with them, just don't leave them blank.

I decided to use Joszette with one of my fave color combos. I found some small scraps of this awesome retired Rockabilly DP and knew I had to use it on this card. As I was putting this card together I kept feeling like I need to add more to it. I pulled out different flowers and bling and finally realized it was ok to leave this card clean. What do you think?

SU card stock, DP and brads
Copics: E000, E27, E29, E51, E53, B93, B95, B97,
R22, R24, R27, R29, C3, C5, C7, & 100


Alison said...

Loving this! I love the folded corners, and those cerries are rockin'! Great card! So glad you are still a Groovy Gurl!

Erica said...

This is so cool! I love the "hidden" paper. Great work!

Jennifer said...

Hey, you're using all your Rockabilly paper. Hoard it! LOL! GREAT card, Juanita.

Anonymous said...

I love it--fabulous coloring! I already thought you were groovy, lol! Congratulations, Juanita!

Beth said...

HA! Jennifer beat me to it - was going to tell you to save all that awesome Rockabilly ppr, too! It is so perfect for this project though - the patterns made for a perfect peek-a-boo corner!! I LOVE this card!! AWESOME! Fantastic work! :)

Madeleine Bouquet said...

Sorry I'm so behind! I love this, the way you did the corners is just too cool!