Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Tuesday Morning Sketches #58

Good Morning!  I have a really fun sketch for you today on Tuesday Morning Sketches.  It's really open to interpretation, I think you're going to like it.  We have Stef from Glitterbabe's Art joining us this week as our sponsor.


Stef was kind enough to share some images with me and my team.  I chose Floral Quilt which is such a warm and wonderful image.  I also used a great SVG cut from Wanda's Cards and Crafts for the 2nd layer on my card.  Since quilts are all about warmth, making this into a get well card was an easy choice.

Supplies:
Card stock:  Neenah Classic Crest, Brocade Blue, Pale Plum, Perfect Plum (SU!)
Copics:  B95, B97, B99, E34, V91, V93, V95, Y11, YG63, YG67
Stamps/Ink:  Mini-Messages (PTI), Tuxedo Black (Memento)
Tools:  Cricut/SCAL, Cuttlebug, Perfectly Paisley embossing folder

I hope you like my card and that it inspires you to join the challenge.  Have a great Tuesday!

7 Encouraging Thoughts:

Theresa said...

Miss, your card is just amazing. I love way you popped up the flowers in the four-square pattern. I wish I could get my SCAL to do some of this stuff!!!

Great card.

1CardCreator said...

This looks gorgeous, I love how you threaded the ribbon to add more interest and the popped up flowers are great! Awesome border punch too. ~Diane

Jessica G. said...

Great textures, Melissa, and I really like how you popped up the flowers -- it adds even more awesome detail to this beautiful card!

Lisa said...

Melissa I LOVE the way you popped up the different parts of the image! SO FUN!! Beautiful card!!!

Babs said...

your card is beautiful, love the textures you have used and your image is just fab
Babs x

Sheri (a.k.a PaperCrafty) said...

Beautiful cards, Mel!! Love the pretty cutting files!!

Jacki Randolph said...

Hi Mel, sorry I am a few days behind with leaving my love. *U*

This is absolutely gorgeous!! The colors are so vibrant and the different cut designs with your papers truely are fabulous together. Love the sketch too, one I will be using many more times.

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