September 27, 2010

Critter Challenge - Sketch Challenge

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It's time for another challenge from the Critter Challenge Blog - this weeks challenge is to use the follow sketch.  Be sure to link in at the Critter Challenge Blog for your chance to win a $15 Gift Certificate from this month's Sponsor Sew Many Cards.

I used Kelly's sketch along with this cute image from the Artistic Outpost Sleigh Ride plate.

I masked the image, stamping the kids first in Black Archival, then adding the Pine Trees in Peeled Paint Distress Ink, removed the mask and colored the images using the Marker Watecoloring Technique.

This is my last post as a member of the Critter Challenge Blog, it's been wonderful working with Melanie and the other designers for the past 6 months, I'll be stopping by to play along with them when I can.  Be sure to stop by the Critter Challenge Blog to see what the other players created this week.

Details:
Stamp - Artistic Outpost
Ink - Markers, Black Archival, Pumice Stone Distress Ink, Peeled Paint Distress Ink
Card Stock - Black, Red, Vanilla
Other - Corner Punch, Gems, Ink Blending Tool, Eclipse Tape, Basic Grey Jovial

8 comments :

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Lovely card, sure you will be missed there.

JeanFB said...

Beautiful card, Lisa - love the plaid background for these cute kids - reminds me of a cozy scarf. :)

Traci S. said...

sHi Lisa~

I just love that stamp set! It looks wonderful the way you did the trees "behind" those adorable children!

Remember~
He IS Able!
Traci S.

Michele said...

Wow, beautiful card, Lisa! We'll miss you on the Critter team but I hope you will visit and participate often.

Moira said...

Beautiful card!

We'll miss your wonderful talent at Critter Challenge blog!

Heidi said...

Beautiful card Lisa!

Terry said...

Fabulous masking behind those adorable kids. Lovely card and background paper is perfect!

Basement Stamper said...

Great job with this sketch, the image is great. Love the papers with it.

 
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