Monday, April 6, 2009

Magnolia vs Stampavie - Week 21 Sketch Challenge

This week I decided to try the Magnolia vs Stampavie challenge. This is my first time to do this challenge. For this challenge you must use a Magnolia or Stampavie stamp (Sarah Kay or Rachelle Anne Miller). I am just starting to get into some of these and just purchsed my first Sarah Kay stamps last week. I chose to use "Margaux is Painting." I just think she's the cutest little thing.

This week's challenge is a sketch, which is posted below. For the bottom element, I used a scalloped border punch with holes and put eyelets in each hole to thread my ribbon through. I used a swirl stamp to create the element on the left side, which kind of picks up on the swirls in the DP. I also added some primas.

If you have been following my photography saga as I continue to take better pictures of my cards, I still do not have a lightbox made, but I did purchase a small Ott light. I think this helped a lot.
Thanks for stopping by. Be sure to check out the other great cards on the Magnolia vs. Stampavie challenge blog.
Supplies and Info
Stamps: Margaux is Painting (Sarah Kay); Swirl (Autumn Leaves)
Ink: Tuxedo Black (Memento); Rouge Chalk Ink (Colorbox)
Paper: blue cardstock (unknown); yellow and pink cardstock (scraps); DP - Two Scoops (Basic Grey)
Embellishments: ribbon, eyelets and brads (unknown); flowers (Prima)
Technique: Prismacolor pencils blended with turpenoid
Card size: 6 x 6 square

5 comments:

GiftsByHeidi said...

That image is adorable. You did a great job coloring her. Love how you added the flowers too!

ant me. said...

Great job!! I really love how your flourish image ties in with the pp. Really great! and your little gal is colored perfectly! : )

TYFS Patti

Helena said...

Oh wow, this is beautiful, love the colours, love the flourish on the paper and I love how you have placed your flowers, BEAUTIFUL

xxxx

Susan said...

This turned out really pretty. I got the images today that you sent me...thanks! I like what you did with this one.

Naoual said...

Beautiful card Judy, love the papers you used!

xx Naoual