Tuesday, April 3, 2012

PSC25 Uplifting Sketch

Last week's Perfect Sentiments challenge
was a sketch with an uplifting sentiment.
You can see it at The Perfect Sentiment 's blog .

Here is my creation with this sketch.


I used a pastel glimmery pink paper for my
card base, a layer of textured/glimmered
darker rose for a background strip, as well
as a sparkly DP for a vertical strip.
Very vanilla cardstock was used for
the top rectangle layer,
as well as the wide oval punch-out
for the sentiment..
I used the Creative Memories paisly
punch for the trio of accents in the same
pink and darker rose papers, with
SU's satin white ribbon for a bow.
I also used my heat gun on my ribbon
tales to create a soft, wavy look.
I used an SU punch on the pink paper
to use behind my sentiment oval.
The sentiment is a Studio G clear
stamp, inked with rose romance ink.
I sponged a lot of edges with the rose
romance ink as well.
I also used the rose romance
marker to mimmick the border
design from the paisly punch
to outline the sentiment oval.

7 comments:

Carol L said...

I love the 3 shades of rose on your card, and that trio of punches is so unique!! I've never seen them before, but I like them :) Pretty card!

Jeremy and Samantha said...

cute dsp. Thanks for playing along with the Perfect Sentiment.

Karen Conner said...

I see someone else loves distress ink! Love your card. Thanks for joining us @ The Perfect Sentiment.

Sassy said...

Love your colors and paper. Thanks for playing at Perfect Sentiment.

Jennipher said...

I like your take on our sketch. The colors are very calming. Thanks for playin along at The Perfect Sentiment.

jan farnworth said...

nice card thanks for playing along at the perfect sentiment.

Margaret said...

Great card. I love all your textures and layers. Cool punch. I love distressing also. Thanks for playing along at Perfect Sentiments.