Sketch Wednesday Challenge Details:
The details are pretty simple--make a card of any theme you choose utilizing the card sketch posted on my blog and then on the sketch challenge announcement post, reply with a comment posting a link to your blog or online gallery so that everyone can view how you utilized the sketch. You have all month to complete each challenge. So there is no confusion, a "month" runs from the first day of the month through the last day of the month--example July 1st-July 31st.
Bonus Opportunity for Participating in Sketch Wednesday Challenges:
Each month, I will assign a number in order from all of the comments/links posted from all qualifying participant weekly sketch challenge cards and draw one lucky winner for a package of blog candy from me! All of the blog candy goodies that I will offer will be craft/card making related--embellishments, ink pads, images, stamps, ribbon, punches etc.
Card Sketch Wednesday #4:
Please reply with links to your challenge cards here on this blog post. To be considered for the July Blog Candy giveaway, card links must be posted here on this post before July 31st 11:59pm EDT. Card links posted after this time will be considered for the August giveaway.
To make this card, I first stamped the Classic Floral stamp and colored with pencils and shaded the areas around the flowers with blue chalk. I cut each of the flowers out individually and matted them with the same color cardstock as the flower petals. For example, the pink flower was matted in pink cardstock. Then I matted each one again in light blue cardstock.
Next, I cut a light pink cardstock panel and arranged the 3 flowers on it. One at the top, one in the middle and one at the bottom. I then, matted it again in dark pink cardstock and added 2 hot pink brads to the top and bottom areas of the middle flower.
I made the finished card base from hot pink cardstock. It measures 8" x 4". I cut out a light pink mat for it, and then adhered the striped patterned paper over the mat. I attached the hot pink ribbon vertically over the patterned paper, adhered it, and then tied a knot in the center of it. This entire piece was adhered to the front of the cardstock base.
I adhered the matted image piece to the left side of the ribbon, as shown.
- Stamps: Image- Magenta Classic Floral Stamp
- Ink: Versafine Jet Black
- Paper: Bazzill Cardstock, Patterned Paper- DCWV Scrapbook in a Stack
- Accessories: Prismacolor Pencils, chalk by Inkadinkado, Ribbon-Offray, Brads-Tiny Mardi Gras Brads by Buttons Galore
Happy Card making!