“Art is not so much expressing oneself, as it is discovering oneself.” - Anawanitia

Sunday, May 9, 2010

Stamptacular Sunday Challenge #58 - SKETCH

This week at the Stamptacular Sunday Challenge we have a sketch. You can flip it, stretch it, as long as we can see the main components of the sketch.

Our sponsor for this challenge is  STAMP AND CREATE

PRIZE: $20.00 Gift Certificate

Here is my DT card...

This design is way different for me, but I wanted to try to be "adventurous."  And, I had a stash of new goodies & toys that I was anxious to play with.  I used ready made flowers - what?!  Yes, me the paper flower making obsessed fool... but I did make the leaves!  I discovered these gorgeous white roses by ZVA, that I totally love, because I can use pretty much any type of ink to custom colour the flowers.  How awesome is that?  For this creation I colored the roses with distress ink in Antique Linen.  I cannot remember who this adorable stamp is from?  If anyone know, please leave me a quick note!

Other card details -
Ink: Ranger Distress Ink - Antique Linen
Butterflies: Stampin' Up! Embosslit
Embellishments: Kaiser Craft Pearls - Snow, Stickles - Diamond

Get your create on, and join us at the Stamptacular Sunday Challenge - we're looking forward to seeing your creations!

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Have a great day!


  1. I love your card Annette! Shabby chic and Fabulous!! Great job!

    thanks for joining in on my blog candy. you rock!


    As i sit here putting myself into a food coma, im suddenly FULL from all that eye candy! ooof...

    i bet its dangerous like a mad construction zone when you break out the stamps! "caoution; woman stamping! keep a reasonable distance or you may become card-bling!"

    lol...jj, you ROCK, Annette! love your fearless, take-no-prisoners style!

  3. Hi Annette,
    Wow I love this....Great colour combo,layout and image and the flowers are gorgeous too...
    Mandy xx


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