I love today's Sketch Challenge, it really suits a CAS card and Korin's gorgeous one layer cards recently have got me back into masking and sponging with silhouettes! Put on your sunglasses for this one, I hope the result isn't garish as I went for hot shades! I masked the strip with post-it-notes and then used two favourite Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps sets - Vintage Postcard and New Beginnings to stamp the silhouettes. And I can't praise MFT's Color Box Black Licorice ink enough for the fabulous dark, sharp coverage it gives for stamping silhouettes!
Date: Wednesday, February 20, 2013 GMT Views: 1770
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Wed, Feb 20, 2013 @ 5:35 AM
Fabulous job with all the techniques. I've never tried any of these Bridget, but you've inspired me to give it a go. You've got all the angles just perfect for those beautiful butterflies - love the brad for added interest and dimension. And don't get me started on how much I love your use of the Vintage Postcard set. Your card designs have shown how versatile this set can be. Thank you for sharing with us.
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Wed, Feb 20, 2013 @ 8:04 AM
wow Bridget looks like you and I went with butterflies today, but yours is gorgeous... love all the sponging on your main panel... wow, it is phenomenal... love also how you made it into a collage... being French, I also love "par avion" sentiment.... great job mf....
Just fabulous, Bridget. Your colors are not to garish at all. They pop off the page they are so vibrant.
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