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Same sketch

July 14, 2012

but this time I used a different image.  I love the sketch and colour combo at Sunny Challenges and Creations this past week and decided to use it to make another card.  I actually meant to post this yesterday but you know how it is – life gets in the way of the best of intentions, so unfortunately this challenge is already closed.

I attached pieces of designer paper from the Neutrals and Brights Patterns Designer Series Paper Stacks to Very Vanilla card and wrapped the piece with the Chocolate Chip 1/2″ Dotted Scollap Ribbon, only I used the side without the dots.  I attached this piece to scored and folded Chocolate Chip card.  I stamped the jeep image from the Need for Speed stampset using Chocolate Chip ink onto Very Vanilla card and coloured the image using Old Olive ink and my blender pen.  The image panel is attached to Chocolate Chip card and then to the card front using dimensionals.  I stamped the greeting from the Petite Pairs stampset onto Very Vanilla card using Old Olive ink, punched it out using the 1-1/4″ Circle Punch and attached it to a Chocolate Chip 1-3/8″ circle.  The greeting is attached using dimensionals on the lower portion only, so that I could sit it partially over the image panel.

So there you go, two cards using the same elements but you get a completely different feel.  If you don’t remember what my other card looked like, you can see it in this post.  I’d love to know which one you like the best.

Bye for now, Kris.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. July 14, 2012 9:22 am

    So cool Kris….I love both but I think the FF one sl more. This one is a brilliant boys card. You are right abt the sketch…so versatile. Brilliant work on both!!


  2. July 16, 2012 11:58 pm

    Kris, I love both your cards. They are so different because of the images, and wouldn’t even try to say one is better than the other. It’s amazing what a difference the change of image makes!


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