March 24, 2008

Technostamper Sketch Challenge


It's Monday, and that means another sketch challenge from MJ over at Technostamper. This weeks sketch was really easy to work with - I removed the arrow from the sketch and replaced it wtih a sentiment. To create the sentiment grouping - I applied Rangers Crackle Paint to my Grungeboard, and let it dry, then using a sponge dauber applied some Perfect Plum ink to the cracks. My sentiment was too long to fit inside the opening of the Grungeboard, so I placed it on dimensionals so it could be placed ontop. I added black vintage brads, which I distressed using the Tim Holtz Hammer. I used the Spotlight Technique for my focal image, stamping the image (Artistic Outpost Happiness sheet) in black on my white card stock, then restamping the image in Late November, punching a part of the butterfly with my 1 1/4" circle, layering it on a punched 1 3/8" circle, then onto my focal image.




Here's this weeks sketch ------->



If you'd like to play along you can leave a link to your card on this post, or if you upload to SCS please use keyword TSSC10.



Have a great Monday!

10 comments :

brenda taylor said...

I like your card lisa, nice to see the sentiment there.

MJ said...

Superb card Lisa. Love that look. Those stamps are so fun. Thanks for playing.

Corie said...

WOW this is just gorgeous -- I love everything about it!!

Etha said...

That's just stunning!! I so love it :) I just used that same piece of grungeboard, hehe, did dip it in versamark and heat embossed it. Isn't that wonderful stuff to play with!

Basement Stamper said...

What a great idea to remove the arrow part, didn't even think of that. It would have made it a whole lot easier. Love the colors.

Margaret said...

Very cool, Lisa! Live the spotlighting with this stamp and design! Lovely!

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Great card Lisa! Someday I'm gona' grow up and be just like you! Amazing...........

Kerry said...

Hey Lisa, YOU CHEATED! LOL! But this is a gorgeous card...so you are granted mercy. :)

Robyn Phelan Sharp said...

full on...my favorite card you've done...the dimension, the technique...love it.

leenda said...

Great job on that challenge! Love your creativity!

 
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