Saturday, June 13, 2009

Sketch Challenge #34

This is my card for the HH Sketch Challenge #34. I just love this HH stamp and it is one of my favorites. I love the layout that was chosen for the challenge and the DT cards are just fabulous as always. They give me so much inspiration.

To make this card I used the always popular prismacolor and oms to color my image. I bought the dp some time ago and it seemed to fit in as it has apple images on it which don't seem to appear in my picture. To make the larger apples in the corners I used a MS apple punch, glued a green apple with a red one. I then rubbed versa mark on the top of the apples, put Utee on top and then heat embossed. I did this several times to give it that look of glass. The leaves were punched with ms punches and a marvel punch. The main image was cut out with a spellbinder die and then brads added to finish it off. Here are all the ingredients:

Stamps: HH - Annie's Bushel
Paper: SU cranberry, white cs and various dp's, dk. med. & lt. green & gold cordinations'
Ink: Black stazon, versa mark, white & black gel pens & su glorious green stampin' write
Accessories: Brads, prismacolors, oms, spellbinder die, ms apple & leaf punches, marvel leaf punch.
Techniques: Gamsol Magic & Heat Embossing

Thanks for the fun challenge and I'm looking forward to the next one.

4 comments:

  1. Wow... totally gorgeous card! I love your apples and you coloured your little girl beautifully!

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  2. Followed your link over here from SCS, I love your creations, very talented. If you are looking for a fun challenge, I would love to have you join myself and the other Ladies with Attitude for Twisted Thursdays. The deadline is always the following Sunday, so there is still time for this week if you would like to join in. Of course there is always a winner who wins a free stamp from Shirley's 2 Girls. Look forward to seeing you and your daughter come out to play

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  3. This is fabulous! Great stamp and I love the cute apples!

    Beth xx

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