2/09/2012

Sketch Frenzy Friday 021012

Happy Friday all! Wow, I had one of "those weeks" where I didn't touch the stamps at all! Yikes!! Not cool! and that will be a problem very soon as I have Club this weekend!! Actually, it's early yet for that!! Sunday afternoon is a long time away :)

Anyway, as you know Friday means another Sketch Frenzy Friday sketch and mini hop. Sketch this week by me!! Here is the card


Based on this sketch:


This sketch is based on a card I did last fall for my Open House using the Baby Wipe technique. So, of course I was inspired to do that again but using the fun new Mixed Bunch set. I looked for some Springy colors, something bright and cheery. It's finally decided to be Winter here in Nebraska and I'm NOT liking that! We had about a foot of snow last weekend-YUCK!! Anyway, my fun colors are Poppy Parade, Baja Breeze and So Saffron. I used reinker on a Baby Wipe and made a blended stamp pad with all three colors. I inked the ornate flower using that ink pad and stamped the background. The card base is Poppy Parade with a Baja Breeze accent layer. The edge of the background layer was sponged with So Saffron. The saying is from Curly Cute. I sponged the edge of that layer also with So Saffron and layered onto So Saffron that had the edges punched with the Scallop Trim Border punch.

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5 comments:

Deb said...

What a totally cool technique! I have never tried this. I really like how it looks using this stamp! Pretty card and great sketch!

Craftystamper said...

Great background. Love the baby wipe technique. You did a great job on the card.

Patrice H said...

I loved this sketch! There are so many possibilities. Your card is beautiful. I'm going to have to work on this tech as your images turned out great!

inkedx2 said...

Love your baby wipe background! Great card.

Sharon said...

What a wonderful technique and you did a fabulous job making a wonderful card!