Friday, February 19, 2010

Stamping 411 Saturday Sketch Challenge

Hey, it's time again for the fun Saturday Sketch Challenge over at Stamping 411! I am super excited about this week because with a sketch this open, the sky is the limit - you can really do anything! I can't wait to see what all the participants come up with through the week. We have some great players over at the 411 and we'd love for YOU to join us!


Here is my card from the sketch:

Bright, huh? :) I told you in my last post that you'd need sunglasses! But I hope the cheerful colors will help brighten things for you - at least on your computer monitor!

The measurements for this one are really simple:
Card base - Bermuda Bay - 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" folded to make an A2 card - 4 1/4" x 5 1/2".
Layer 1 - Crushed Curry - 4" x 5 1/4"
Layer 2 - Whisper White - 3 3/4" x 5"

I stamped the Medallion stamp with Crushed Curry ink on the Whisper White layer and then added my two pieces of Polka Dot Ribbon - Bermuda Bay and Crushed Curry. The little bow was added with Mini Glue Dots and then I added the Rhinestone Ice Brad to the center of the Medallion. It does go through the top two layers.

Next, I turned my attention to the greeting:


It was stamped with the Well Scripted stamp set in Bermuda Bay ink on a Whisper White scrap. I punched it out with the Wide Oval Punch, sponged on some Bermuda Bay ink and then I stamped in the center for a final accent. The stamp is from Boho Backgrounds and it's inked with Crushed Curry, stamped off twice onto Grid Paper and then just overstamped onto the greeting. I popped this piece up with Stampin' Dimensionals and THAT was THAT!

Love, love, love simple cards with impact and this one fits that order - dontcha think?
Be sure to click over to the Stamping 411 blog to see how the other operators played this sketch and then play along yourself! The directions for uploading your creation are right on the home page of the blog, so whatcha waitin' for - get stampin'!

~~Robin

10 comments:

  1. Now, that is a bright card!!! Love it!!!! I especially love how you tied the medallion theme behind the sentiment as well. The card just flows perfectly!!!

    Have a fabulous weekend!

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  2. A stunning creation (as always) my friend. I really do love sketches that are wide open for interpretation. You knocked this one out of the park! Thanks for your support and prayers. I'm lucky to have you as my friend.

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  3. Wow, Robin -- I love the colors. So bright and cheery -- perfect for a birthday card! Blessings, Gretchen

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  4. These colors are great together along with tying int he two ribbons is amazing. Great card Robin!

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  5. Bright and beautiful! Great colors! And I enjoyed reading about you in Stampin Success!

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  6. Love it Robin! The first thing I thought of when I saw this card was some wonderfully warm sunshine!!!

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  7. WOW!! This is one bright but cheerful card!! This card just screams sunshine and I am sure it has brightened your day as it has mine with all that snow outside!!

    Robin, I tried to email you from a comment you left on my blog and it states you are a "no reply" so I can't respond to you and I need to talk to you!! I don't have your email here at home so email me!!! Luv ya girlfriend!!

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  8. LOVE THIS, LOVE THE COLORS! Great Combo!

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  9. I LOVE this card Robin! It is so bright, cheerful and summery. As always a great card, good job!

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  10. I guess I was overthinking that sketch this week! I loved the background you did...and the colors!

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