Im measuring a little different this week due to 32nd of an inch border in case its hard for you to figure out; some players had a problem in the past.
-Image panel 1 Ύ x 3 3/8, cut the yellow border piece 3/16 larger (which makes it a 3/32 border) cut the aqua border piece 2 Ό x 3 7/8 (which is 5/32 border)
-Trellis panel 1 7/16 and the border piece was cut 3/16 bigger (the two together is 1 Ύ)
-Leaf panel Over all it is 3 ½ in height and 3 Ύ in width (which goes under the image panel 1 Ό) and the designer paper was cut 3/16 smaller which allowed for a 3 /32 border
I hope that isnt to confusing!
-Prismacolor pencils, baby oil and paper stumps were used to color the image using the Gamsol technique found in the resources section here at SCS. Baby oil replaces the Gamsol.
-The out of the box feature is very easy by cutting to the image with the regular paper cutter on the front, marking the image on the back while holding to a light source then use the paper cutter again to cut to that mark. Scissor cut the image out. My paper cutter is a guillotine style. I sometimes use a Coluzzle template and craft knife to cut between the images but what was needed was so small that I just used the scissors.
-The two daisies with yellow centers were cut out and popped up using scrap paper in place of foam. I also used a black marker to hide the white on the edge; I put this color on from the back just in case the marker should slip.
Tools: Martha Stewart fence border punch, Stampin Up mat pack, Bazzill piercer (for brads), paper stumps, scissors
Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2010 GMT Views: 1740
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Tue, Jun 01, 2010 @ 8:02 PM
What a great sketch - and what a great sample! Your daisies are so wonderful it looks like I could pick them off the page! Thanks for your dedication to getting the sketch out to us every week. I don't always get them done every week but I always look for them for inspiration! :)
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Tue, Jun 01, 2010 @ 8:29 PM
OMG......what a lovely card....especially love the out of the box blooms and the combined trellis punched horizontal mixed with the fence punchwork....cool combo......loving the blues and whites too...very fresh....a fab sketch....
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Tue, Jun 01, 2010 @ 8:43 PM
LOVE what you did with this sketch...especially your use of fresh, clean colors! Always like the out-of-the-box images as well.
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Tue, Jun 01, 2010 @ 8:55 PM
Rox, this is gorgeous! I love your vase of lovely flowers. Way cool layout. Thanks for another great sketch. TFS :0)
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