Sunday, July 7, 2013

OWH sketch #180 card challenge

For this week's Operation Write Home card sketch, I made a card that's not my usual style. It's not an exact match of the original sketch, but it was the inspiration for my card. I started by flipping the sketch on it's side, then decided to build a scene using some fun die cuts and an embossing folder.



paper - Echo Park - Sweet Girl
die cuts - Lil Inker Designs
embossing folder - Stampin Up
stamp - Stampendous
twine - Doodlebug
Versafine ink

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13 comments:

  1. That's just as cute as can be (as my grandma used to say)! Great interpretation of the sketch...so fun and cheery!

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  2. Fabulous job! I love your scene and flipping the sketch on it's side! Great inspiration!

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  3. Love the flip ... you truly made this sketch your own :)

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  4. WTG! I absolutely love this! I have that folder and have yet to use it...I will need to dig it out!

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  5. That blue treatment on the bottom is awesome. Love how you did it.

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  6. Thank you for flipping this sketch! I am just not getting it and when I flipped it, it's coming together for me! You're my inspiration today. Love those waves.

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  7. Great take on the sketch! Especially love the embossing and the twine!

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  8. Great interpretation of the sketch. Love how you turned it, and your great color combination!

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  9. Great card! It's sunny and cheerful and would be a joy to receive in the mail.
    Lyn

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  10. Very cute card. The clouds are my favorite (of course).

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  11. LOVE!!! It's so bright and cheerful and will really bring a happy ray of sunshine to some lucky recipient!

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  12. I love it, so crisp and clean! I love that you flipped it, and how you did the blue, and those suns are adorable. Thanks for playing!

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  13. Fabulous card! Love the scene you created and the cloud embossing folder. I was just thinking that besides viewing of my cards as cakes that need to be decorated, they can be dioramas too!

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