Friday, November 6, 2009

Get Sketchy #13

TGIF!!! It's time once again for a Get Sketchy challenge. Can you believe we're on #13 already?

This week's sponsor is
Glue Arts. They offer all kinds of adhesives for cardmakers & scrapbookers, including speciality adhesives for ribbon and vellum. Be sure to stop by the Glue Arts website to check out all their great products! AND if you play along this week, you have the chance to win a tote with glue glider and refills!

The bonus challenge this week is dry embossing, so rather than use patterned paper, I opted to use my Cuttlebug on cardstock instead.

Be sure to play along with us this week! Link up your creation on the
Get Sketchy blog. I'm excited to see everyone's creations!

Stamps: Fluttering By (Verve)
Paper: Basic Gray, Melon Berry, white

Ink: Basic Gray
Accessories: Cuttlebug
Swiss Dots, Martha Stewart butterfly punches, Kaisercraft pearls

15 comments:

Maggi said...

Very pretty, I love all of the different blocks!

Dora said...

i love your card, it's simply beautiful!

Leah said...

Fun card! Love the solid color and all the block:)

Pat (mspfd) said...

Wow! Great background for your butterflies! Have a great weekend.

Belinda said...

Very pretty! Love the butterfiles across the blocks!

Danni said...

Love it!!

Aimes said...

Oooh what an interesting sketch! How the heck do you get melon berry to look so nice?! Always looks bizzare on my creations!
TGI Friday! Have a fabby weekend!
Aimes
x

Stamp and Smile said...

Sweet butterflies!! And I like the paneling effect... TFS! :)

Latisha said...

that looks like a hard sketch, but you pulled it off!! Great card Ann

Jackie said...

Nice sketch & great card Ann!

Cindy Lee said...

It's simply beautiful!

Angie Tieman said...

Oooh, very cute! Great texture and floating butterflies!

Susan (peebsmama) said...

How interesting our different takes on these sketches. I saw this and thought about trying to choose a different, coordinating patterned paper for each section, and you chose to make them all the same which gives a simple and serene look. No wonder you're so good at CAS.

Elise said...

I love your style, my sweet Ann! This is just so ELEGANT! What a breath taking interpretation of this fun sketch! I can't wait to play with you fab girls! GREAT INSPIRATION!

Heidi Van Laar said...

Just darling! I love the sweet simplicity of this one!

(-: Heidi