Thursday, October 23, 2008

A couple of double challenge cards

This week's sketch challenge on SCS gave us 2 sketches (a horizonal and a vertical version). What fun! A twofer :-) Of course, I had to do both.

This first card is the vertical version and also uses this week's color challenge of pink, olive and choc chip. For the image, I used Flourishes Spring Ephemerials set and the Many Sentiments for the Get Well sentiment. The DP is Basic Grey Sugared. The ribbon and brads are from Pink Hedgehog Paper Crafts. I needed a Get Well card for a mom in my MOPS group.
This second card is also a double challenge card. It uses the horizonal version of the sketch and this week's Crafty Secrets challenge to use orange and black. I used Crafty Secrets set Bird Lovers and the sentiment is from their set Rosy Wishes. I colored the birdies with copic markers and them painted them with Shimmerz, Angel Wings. I chose for my oranges, tangerine tango and groovy guava. The new DSP SU has is awesome! I like the prints much better than last years.
Card Deets:
Stamps - Spring Ephemerals, Many Sentiments
Paper - choc chip, white, BG Sugared
Accessories - brown brads, wide organdy







Stamps - bird lovers, rosy wishes
Paper - white, black, tangering tango, guava, DSP in tangerine
Accessories - copic markers, paper piercer, shimmerz, swiss dots, guava taffeta ribbon, word window punch

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5 comments:

  1. These cards are great Michelle! I especially love the pink one, what a great color combo!! Such beautiful work as always...!!!

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  2. Wow, girly, what fabulous cards!!! They are both sooo gorgeous...love the Flourishes stamp and colors on the first one and the CS stamp and layers on the second!!! I got my CS stamps today so maybe I can ink them up tomorrow!!!

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  3. Wow, both of these cards are fabulous Michelle, love the designs and the sketch.

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  4. I really like the way you have layered your cards for the challenge. The first one is just beautiful and the second one too, but I especially like how you painted the birds and layered the one.

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