Saturday, May 26, 2012

Sketch Frenzy Friday 052512

I am off this weekend so am hoping to get some stamping done.  We were supposed to go golfing but that is now on the back burner.  We will see for tomorrow.
Today I have the card I did for the challenge at Sketch Frenzy Friday this week.  
I decided to do this card in all rusts and yellows.  My stamp sets are the big sunflower and Well Scripted.  I used a technique for the background where I glued a book page on to white card stock, embossed this with the lattice embossing folder and then spritzed it with my homemade shimmer mist.  Then I sponged rust ink over this whole piece to give different shades.
The butterfly trim is lace I purchased in Curacao at a little fabric store.  I stamped the sunflower with rust and then sponged a few shades of yellow, orange and brown on it.  Since it was too big for the card, I simply cut off the corner until I liked the fit.
Hope you visit Sketch Frenzy Friday this weekend and please, I would appreciate any comments you may have.
Happy weekend!!

7 comments:

  1. Wow, I love your background. Actually, I love the entire card. You really rocked the sketch.
    Thanks for joining us at SFF this week.

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  2. What a great background for the sunflower stamp, and what a great idea to stamp right on the sunflower. Love it!

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  3. CherylAnn, your card is so warm and inviting! I love the sponging and the care you took to make such a beautiful card. thank you for playing along with us @ SFF. I hope that we see more of your work again. TFS

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  4. Beautiful card! I love how you did the Sunflower stamp in the corner with the greeting! Very clever and creative!! And the butterfly trim is such a great touch! Thanks for joining us this week at Sketch Frenzy Friday!!

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  5. WOW!!! That flower is gorgeous!! and, your background is perfect for the flower!! GREAT job!!!

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  6. OMG this is Fabulous CA! I love what you did with my sketch. Thanks for playing with us this week. Great update to your blog too!

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  7. Hi Cheryl Ann, that is another beautiful creation. I love the warmth of the sunflower. What a beauty. Thanks for playing along with us at SFF.

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