Saturday, 29 September 2012

Just Add Ink Sketch Challenge


This card uses a leftover piece of faux patina cardstock that I created for this card here.  I'd had it sitting on my desk all these months and thought it would work for the Just Add Ink sketch challenge this week.

I cut strips of the faux patina cardstock and layered them on Basic Black, then onto a Soft Suede card base.  The main image comes from Word Play which I colored using markers.  I then cut out using my oval nesties and put through the Designer Frames EF and layered onto a black oval.  The finishing touch is a little Cherry Cobbler flower to match the Cherry Cobbler heart on the sentiment.

Thanks for looking.

Products used (all Stampin' Up! unless otherwise stated):

Stamps:  Word Play
Cardstock:  Soft Suede; Basic Black; Whisper White; Cherry Cobbler
Ink:  Crumb Cake; Marina Mist; Always Artichoke; Early Espresso; Versamark
Accessories:  Soft Suede; Basic Black; Cherry Cobbler markers; Designer Frames EF; oval nestabilities; Itty Bitty Punch; Basic Pearl

Cheers
Karren

6 comments:

Mae Collins said...

Karen this is a very rich regal looking card. Love the feature greeting element. Thanks for joining in with our challenge at Just Add Ink this week.

Christine Blain said...

This is fabulous, Karren - such a beautiful, elegant card! I love all the black matting, and the tiny touch of Cherry Cobbler. Thanks for playing along with us at Just Add Ink :)

Nikki Spencer said...

Very elegant card Karen! l do love the Faux Patina technique and the colours you have used are lovely. Thanks for joining us at Just Add Ink.

delysc said...

I just adore your card Karren..must try this faux patina technique! Thanks so much for playing along with us at JAI this week!

inkeverywhere said...

Lovely - the background is fantastic. Amazing the amount of colours you have in there. Chantell JAI

Carol Gatton said...

Karren, I am new to posting on Splitcoast spampers.
I noticed your name in a watermark over your card....how do I add that to my card?

Appreciate your help!

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