Saturday, August 9, 2008

Lauren's Weekly Sketch Challenge

Here we are with the 2nd week of Lauren's Sketch Challenge with a team! I have to say I'm still pretty psyched that I get to be part of this team. Thanks Lauren!

Here is the wonderful sketch. And here is my interpretion once again using a stamp from the Unity Stamp Co. I colored this tree using Copics and Prismacolor markers. I added Lime Green Stickles to some of the leaves. The cool ribbon I found at a local discount store and by Memory Keepers. I used a small punch to punch out 5 circles for the side in colors that would coordinate with the ribbon and addes some cool pearl gems. (which I'll admit was a dollar bin find:-) ) My base is SU Certaintly Celeary embossed with one of the new CB folders Forest Branches. The image was cut using the rectangle nesties and mounted on Close to Cocoa.

Well I think that covers it. Feel free to let me know if I missed anything. It has been quite a week here with my two little kiddoddles getting sick, sigh.... Hopefully things are passing though.

I hope all is well in your neck of the woods. Hey did I mention that I am celebrating my one year of blogging? OH YEAH and there WILL be blog candy coming!

Don't forget to swing by all the girls on Lauren's sketch team:

Tamara Harder

Dawn Easton

Kirsten Dubosque

Kristy Vernon

Kim Gasper

MacKenzie Bruckler

Alicia Weiman

Thanks for stopping by!

Till Later...


Lauren (mytime) said...

Nice job! Love the circle/pearls along the side. So super cute.

Ashley said...

This is so cute!

Kirsten said...

I like the circles on the side, as well! Cute card!

Holly said...

Really a great card! I love the colors and that cuttlebug background!

Kristy said...

So pretty. I love the five circles and pearls that go along the side.

Kim Gasper said...

I like the colors and the Unity image. The pearls are a nice touch.

Raquites said...

found your blog through Lauren. Love your take on the sketch. The cuttlebug background is great.

Alicia said...

Cute the pearls on hte little circles!

Cindy Haffner said...

Oh cool, I love this.