Friday, January 28, 2011

Challenge 50 ~ sketch ~ Our Craft Lounge

Good Morning, TGIF!
It's supposed to be in the upper 60's this weekend, I'm SO ready for it. I just wish it would stay that way! I'll be glued to my computer on the back deck in my swing watching the CHA news! Our Craft Lounge has a booth there and The Arevalo's will be there from Inspiration Emporiam ordering up a storm for their store, I can't wait!
Today is Our Craft Lounge Challenge day, are you ready to play? This week it's a sketch challenge. If you're not at CHA in L.A. you should play along, you could win a stamp set of your choice. Go to The Lounge to see the details!
Here is this weeks challenge. If you upload to Splitcoast, be sure and put OCL50 in your keywords, so we can see all of the uploads in one spot. I used the Vintage Valentine set and I used my Spellbinders pendant die for the image base. I haven't used that die in awhile and I thought it would work for this sketch. I did the Cracked Glass technique on the main image. You can get the tutorial at Splitcoast by Beate Johns. It's a great vintage look!
Here are the Copic markers I used.
Supplies: Stamps - OCL Vintage Valentine, background stamp by Stampers Anonymous. Paper - confetti cream by SU!, light aqua by Bazzill, Conservatory 8x8 pad by 7gypsies. Ink - Ranger Distress Walnut Stain, Antique Linen, VersaMark, Copic markers. Acces. - clear embossing powder, Kaiser Pearls, white seam binding colored with a Copic marker. Tools - Spellbinders Pendants Renaissance Hearts die, butterfly punch by Martha, circle cutter, sewing machine, heat tool, Scor-Buddy, blending tool.
Sending inky love to my friends at CHA, and hugs to those of us who were left
Smiley from


JeanFB said...

Wow, this is gorgeous - beautiful colors, layering, and techniques!

Elaine A said...

Pam -

This is beautiful! I love how vinate this looks. What a wonderful job you've done. GOrgeous!

Elaine Allen

Kendra said...

This is fantastic Pam! Will you give me Vintage Lessons next time I see you ~ PLEASE!!! Love ya babe!

Barbara Moore said...

Absolutely beautiful card! Thanks for sharing.

Stephanie said...

What an awesome vintage card..

Denise Marzec said...

Oh how I WISH we were going to have temps in the upper 60's...ahhhh, that would be so nice.

Gorgeous card always, Pam...absolutely stunning!

Kelly Booth said...

LOVE this Gorgeous card Especially in the
Soft blues....So Pretty!

Carla Murphy said...

Just gorgeous Pam! So soft & pretty and my fav colours too.

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