December 20, 2009

TechnoStamp Sketch Challenge - Herringbone Reindeer Thanks

With a busy week ahead, I'm trying to stay one step ahead. Today's card is created using MJ's TechnoStamper Sketch Challenge 101. It's an easy sketch, that I see myself using again, as you can see I swapped out the Heart shape for a square panel.

The Reindeer, Sentiment and Snow Flourish are all from the Year of Thanks II set from Kitchen Sink Stamps. I stamped the reindeer in Memento Lady Bug on White Diamond card stock from Paper Temptress, used Eclipse Tape to mask the image, then stamped the Snow Flourish in Memento Bamboo Leaves. I used the Herringbone Technique from the Current TJNL, using Stampin' Up! Merry Moments DSP, then added some Drywall Stitching with a Chocolate Marker to make it look like a quilt. The Red panel is embossed using the Ornaments Cuttlebug Folder.

Thanks for stopping by, hope you're staying warm!
Details:
Stamps - Kitchen Sink Stamps Year of Thanks II
Ink - Memento Lady Bug, Bamboo Leaves, Rich Cocoa, SU Chocolate Chip
Card Stock - Real Red, Chocolate Chip, Old Olive, Paper Temptress White Diamond
Other - Small Oval Punch, Drywall Tape, Sponge Dauber, Chocolate Marker, Ornament CuttleBug Folder, Big Shot

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Here's MJ's Sketch if you want to play along


7 comments :

Gerrie Johnnic said...

I am luving the colors in this card, really festive! Still haven't done one of those...I know, gotta' just do it!

Liz Williams said...

Wow, Lisa, what a beauty!! I just ordered this set and I love the pieced background. Great patterns and colors. Love your work!!

njburk said...

This is a great card Lisa. Love how you used some scraps of this great SU! paper for the background. Merry Christmas to you and yours, nols

Gayle Page-Robak said...

Your holiday art pieces are beautiful, Lisa. Enjoyed viewing them. Merry Christmas!

Basement Stamper said...

Great ketch, love the use of the scraps!

Road said...

BEautiful card, love that herringbone technique behind your art piece. Xcellent.

MJ said...

Wowzers! I love this. You have such a talent with matching papers and colors. Just beautiful. Great job. Thanks so much for playing!

 
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