We have reached the last weekend for our Card Sketch challenge! We will introduce a new challenge on Monday, but there’s still time to get those card sketch projects entered in the current challenge!
Hey friends, it’s Christy here with another card using our current Card Sketch! For this one, I was thinking space, so I pulled out Beam Me Up and Out of this World. I stamped my images with Jet Black Ink and colored them with Copic markers.
For my background, I blended Distress Oxide Inks onto a piece of Bristol Smooth Surface Cardstock. The colors I used were Candied Apple, Mustard Seed, Peacock Feathers, and Blueprint Sketch. Then I darkened up the panel with Black Soot.
To give it some stars and shine, I splattered on some Liquid Stardust, followed by Copic Opaque White. Once the panel was dry, I trimmed it down with the Outside In Stitched Rectangle Stackables.
I glued that to a Black Licorice card base, then added my images, and finished it off with some Star Dust Stickles and some tiny iridescent stars. If you’d like to see how this card came together, you can find the video tutorial on my YouTube channel, Christy Gets Crafty!
Thank you so much, Christy for sharing adorable inspiration!
We hope you have a fun and crafty weekend!
Thanks for stopping by!
Our Card Sketch challenge gallery is filling up with super creative projects! So many great ideas for this sketch! The challenge will be open until Sunday, February 28 at 11:59PM ET. We are looking forward to seeing how the sketch inspires you!
Now, Samantha has a gorgeous Gleeful Gardens card to share with you!
I stamped the images from Gleeful Gardens, Oh Gnome! and Swan Soirée and then colored them in with Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers! Once they were dry, I fussy cut them out!
I stuck with the warm colors for this card! I used various shades of pinks and reds, oranges and yellows! I decided to color the grass stalks in a warm yellow/brown to keep the feeling! I love that twist – 10 times out of 10 I usually just color it green!
I used some vellum squares to anchor the mini-scenes before I adhered them to the sketch! The sentiment was stamped below, and I used a white gel pen to color in the heart!
I popped up one mushroom per square (and the snail!) and then sprinkled some sparkling clear sequins to add some shine!
Thanks so much for sharing this delightful card with us, Samantha! It’s adorable!
Happy crafting, friends! Have a wonderful day!
Good morning! Jess here with a card for our current Sketch challenge! I’m taking a few liberties with the heart shapes in the sketch but I’m keeping a heart/love theme, so I think it works!
To start I smooshed Mermaid Lagoon, Peacock Feathers, and Picked Raspberry Distress Ink onto a piece of acetate. I spritzed the acetate with water and then pressed it to a piece of watercolor paper. I held it in place for a few seconds until the ink had a chance to absorb into the paper and then lifted the acetate. I spritzed it again and pressed it to the paper a few more times until I was happy with the look. Then I let it dry completely. Once it was dry, I spritzed it with shimmer spray and blotted off the excess.
While the panel was drying, I die-cut three envelopes and three hearts from Happy Mail with white cardstock. I pressed the hearts into each of my distress ink pads to match the background. Then I folded and adhered the envelopes together and attached each heart on top.
Next, I stamped the owl and letter from Special Delivery with Copic-friendly Jet Black ink and colored them with Copic markers. I fussy cut them and then added him to my card with an action wobble. I added a sentiment from Special Delivery Box Add-On to complete the owl’s message and finished the card by adding some white gel pen accents and a little glitter to the hearts!
And that’s it! You have one more week to get crafty and I can’t wait to see how you interpret the sketch! Thanks so much for stopping by and have a fantastic weekend! ~Jess