Friday, May 19, 2017

Just Add Ink #360 | Just Add a Sketch

We have another sketch challenge for you Over at the  Just Add Ink challenge blog. This sketch was designed by the card queen herself, Narelle Farrugia. If you haven't seen her work you must go and check her out! She is amazing!

 This sketch is fairly straight forward but it has a few elements that I love. I love circles in my cards and this sketch is perfect for this weeks challenge.
I've pulled out a few sneaky peek Stampin' Up! products that will be available June 1st. The stamp set Wood Words, Wood Textures DSP stack, 1/4" Copper Trim and the tag comes from a Framelits set that co-ordinates with the Wood Words set, Wood Crate Framelits.


I first started out with the stamping of the floral image on Shimmery White cardstock and used the Watercolour Pencils to colour some of the open flowers in the stamped image. The card and the colour combo then built from there. 


The same floral image that is stamped across the Stitched Shapes circle is also stamped down the side of the Melon Mambo outermost layer. The Melon Mambo layers are then layered on one of the sheets of the new Wood Textures DSP stack.This DSP is fabulous with all its wood grain textures. It 'brings the look of outdoors inside with natural, rustic patterns'. 

Along with the all  new 1.4" Copper trim this card is all finished of with other copper elements such as Copper Stampin' Emboss powder and Copper Metallic Thread.

Why not play along with us and show us your interpretation of this weeks sketch. Click here for all the details on how you can join in and for all the inspiration from the Design Team.

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5 comments:

  1. Your card is gorgeous, Rochelle! I love the way you've 'shrunk' the sketch as a smaller layer on your card.

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  2. Super pretty, Rochelle. I love the vibrant pink with the darker base - such a contrast. xx

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  3. Gorgeous card! The pops of colour in the floral image is so pretty and all the elements work wonderfully together.

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  4. I love how all your elements flow across the card Rochelle and how all the delicately coloured details in your floral panel just make it pop! xxx

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  5. Lots of lovely details to keep you looking at this pretty, Rochelle. The pop of colour & shine really works well with the more natural textures & elements. Very clever.
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Thank You for taking the time to comment on my creations! I really love to hear what you think and will try to respond as soon as I can! Rochelle xo