Monday, September 28, 2009

Just A Note

Hello again everyone!

Today's card is for Mercy's Tuesday Sketch Challenge. Loving these so much! Here is the sketch:



And here is my card:


The main image is a transparency from the Collage ATC Transparencies from Prickley Pear Rubber Stamps. Cool, isn't it?

I trimmed a piece of Vintage Cream cardstock the same size as the transparency image and used some Distress inks to create the blended background (this is one of my favorite techniques). I used a gold pen to add some highlights to the back of the transparency so that they would show through the front. So easy to create a fantastic focal image!

The patterned paper is from K&Company. I trimmed it and used my quilters tracing wheel to add some faux stitching. The ribbon is from SU!; I tucked the sentiment (also from Prickley Pear) into the knot. I love the autumn feel of the colors.

Thanks for stopping by, there's more fun to come!

#Anya

Recipe:
Stamps: Just a Note - Prickley Pear Rubber Stamps
Cardstock: Vintage Cream - Papertrey Ink; Sage Shadow, Chocolate Chip - SU!
Patterned Paper: Light Green Decorative Bronzed Paper (for Ancestry.com) - K&Company
Ink: True Black - Papertrey Ink; Brushed Corduroy, Spiced Marmalade, Dried Maragold, Old Paper - Ranger
Other: Collage ATC Transparencies - Prickley Pear Rubber Stamps; Chocolate Chip satin ribbon - SU!; Quilter's tracing wheel; gold leaf pen

7 comments:

  1. Your card is so pretty Anya! Aren't the transparencies fun. So much you can do with them! Have a nice day!

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  2. anya...this is phenomenal! love that transparency...so classy and stunning! great color combos as well, kiddo!

    thanks for playing along with my sketch for last week...you've done an amazing job! :)

    {{{hugs}}}
    mercy

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  3. that is a very pretty card... Love those colors together!

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  4. So pretty! Love what you did with the transparency

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  5. Beautiful colors on this Anya! I love that transparency!

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  6. Oh, how beautiful! Looks like a sunrise behind the flowers. Fab job!!

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