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Thursday, February 10, 2011

SISC46

Good morning friends, here's the card I made for SISC 46. The challenge is this awesome sketch that Beth came up with. I used Joszette this time around. I colored her with Copics to go with my favorite Echo Park Be Mine pattern papers. I distressed the edges of the papers with my scissors then sponged them with 2 different shades of grey ink (I was going for subtle, maybe a little too subtle though). The hardest part for me was ripping the pattern paper, it felt so wrong to do, lol. It did in the end turn out fine, I guess I just worry about ruining a precious piece of paper. 
I hope you get a chance to join us at StampInsanity


SISC46
Challenges:
Catered Crop Recipe Challenge FTR5Colors pink white, Color medium Copics black and blue, Embellishments ribbon, brads Shapes scallops, Technique sponging

Catered Crop follow button

One Stitch At A Time 48- Do it with a digi


Supplies:
Les Coquettes Joszette by StampInsanity
Sentiment from Wild Flower Kids (sorry no link, it appears their site has been hacked)
SU card stock, ribbon, brads and ink
Be Mine pattern paper by Echo Park
Nestabilities: Oval, Scallop Oval
Copics

7 comments:

Linda McClain said...

What a darling and "spicy" card. I love it. Thanks for playing along with Catered Crop.

Shell Shearer Swinscoe said...

Gorgeous, lovin the colours!

Thank you for sharing with us at OSAAT this week, good luck!
Hugs Shell xx

ona_i_ja said...

Beautiful card!
Thanks for joining us at OSAAT this week and good luck!
Hugs
Agnieszka

Debs said...

Fabulous creation and so beautifully colored, thanks so much for sharing it with us at OSAAT this week, good luck and hope to see you again soon
Deborah
xxx

Jo Davies said...

Beautiful work, lovely image and fabby colours! Thanks for sharing with us this week at OSAAT.... Jo xxx

Hippieaud (aka Audrey) said...

Another AMAZING creation Juanita, just LOVE your coloring and awesome work with the sketch. So glad to be part of GROOVY GURL DT with you:)

Rachel Hope said...

Sassy! So fun! Thanks for cooking it up with the Catered Crop recipe!