Friday, October 29, 2010

Stamping 411 Sketch 175

Hi Everyone,

Welcome to another Stamping 411 Sketch Challenge. I had a tough time with this one and took the liberty of changing the image design a bit. I hope you like it.

Here is the sketch:Sketch_175

….and my interpretation:

Sketch 175 005 The base of the card is Always Artichoke and cut at                      5 1/2 x 8 1/2, The Cherry Cobbler Mat is 4 x 5 1/4 the thin Always Artichoke Mats are 1-1/8” x 4” and on that I used some of the fabulous Deck the Halls Designer Series Paper. The design was actually one that is very simple…kind of an open check design in Vanilla and Crumb Cake…I added some stamped images (Elements of Style ) in Always Artichoke and (French Foliage Dots) in Cherry Cobbler to tie in the colors even more.

The oval is one of our Big Shot Dies and is the inside of the large Scallop Oval. I sued the Bells and Boughs set which so compliments this DSP as well as the Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding Ribbon. OMG!! that ribbon is the BESTEST!!!! As you can se I did a Triple Bow!! How fun!! That ribbon is so easy to work with.

Well I hope you enjoyed my little post today and hope you’ll come back soon. In the meantime please hop on over to the Stamping 411 Blog and  play along. It’s fun!!!

Thanks for stopping by and as always…..

Have a Stampinglee Good Day!

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Robin Merriman said...

Lee, this is just beautiful - so lovely and soft. I love it!

craftystamper said...

Lee, I always enjoy your cards, and this one is no exception. Particularly liked the use of panels in the background.

Selene Kempton said...

This is inspiring... Absolutely gorgeous work GF.

Kerin said...

I love the gold touch to it, and that triple bow is perfect of course!! Gorgeous as always :)

Rose said...

Wow, your card is beautiful, love that fluffy bow and I'm happy to say I have one of your bow makers. What a time saver that little baby is!!!

Tiffany Bauer said...

Beautiful Lee!!! Love the touch of the gold and that bow is awesome!!!

Miranda said...

Simply beautiful!

Connie Babbert said...

Gorgeous, Lee! I think this set is a little hard to work with, but you knocked it out of the park!!!!