Sunday, June 2, 2013

Daisy Chain sketch

Hi Lovelies,

Today I'd like to share a little something with you all.  Recently I was in Daisy Chain Scrapbooks (I know this isn't anything new) & talking to Barbi about how I've made a couple of sketches for Try Stampin' on Tuesdays.  When Barbi asked me if I'd be interested in making a sketch for her monthly newsletter.  I jumped at the chance.  I managed to get it done & a card made up as well. so I thought I would share it here with you all.  




I made this card using Botanical Odyssey & Remember me from Kaisercraft.  Don't they go so well together.   As you can see sketch based cards don't have to be exactly the same as long as they have all the elements of the sketch in them.  I replaced the aqua strip for the flourish & moved the butterfly to the other side.  This is one of the reasons I love sketches as each person can put their own spin on it.  Hope you like my take on this sketch. 

I also want to share some cards that I made at "The Biggest Morning Tea" card class that was held at Daisy Chains on Monday just gone.  Each year the Cancer Council encourages everyone to hold or go to morning teas to help raise money for cancer research.  I had a wonderful morning with some very lovely ladies & made some wonderful cards - see below.  Of course they all where "tea" related with two of the cards being able to hold tea bags.  Now all I need to do is find someone who likes tea :) to give them to......



Supplies for my sketch card:
Kaisercraft - Botanical Odyssey 6 1/2 pad
Kaisercraft - Botanical Odyssey Clear stamp set (butterfly)
Kaisercraft - Remember Me Clear stamp set (poppy)
Kaisercraft - Gems (Lilac)
Kaisercraft - Mini Clear stamps Birthday
Cuttlebug
Cherry Lane - Fanciful flourish
Distress Ink - Victorian Velvet
Momento - Tuxedo Black
Copic paper
Copics - G85, E29, BV02, BV04, BV08, BG72, BG18, BG49


1 comment:

Dawn Turley said...

.Gorgeous sketch Paula. I really like your skills as a sketch artist! Love the card you did as well. It really is very pretty. Your tea cards are great as well and it sounds like a great idea to have a crafty tea party.