Monday, December 6, 2010

TBS DT: Sketch Sample and Tutorial Link

Update: Thanks so much to the gals at City Crafter for picking this card as a Spotlight card. How awesome is that?



Hello dear friends! I hope you had a great weekend. Husband and I had a crazy busy one and as I write this Sunday night I am exhausted. (But in a good way!) As you read this Monday, it is a new day with new challenges and new crafty projects to conquer!

Today I am sharing my layering technique over at the Beary Scrap Design Team & Challenge blog. It is now just about the only way I can make a stamped image "work" for me. When I look at new stamps or digital images I automatically start layering them in my mind. :) It's a lot of work and requires tons of patience, but I love the way it turns out on my cards. Wanna know how I do it? Go here!

Ok, so here is my card based on our current Beary Sweet Sketch Challenge. The design team will take it a little further this week and add die cuts to our cards. I've used snowflake chipboard as my die cuts. You don't have to have a die cut in your challenge entry, just be sure to follow our simple rules and enter your project by the end of the day on December 14th. You could win $20 gift voucher from The Beary Scrap!


Don't you just love these Bo Bunny "Midnight Frost" papers? Oh my goodness, I am in love! I've added loads of texture with embossing folders and used embellishments from the Midnight Frost collection. You will find more info on other stuff used in the card recipe below.

Challenges, Please :)

Card Recipe
Hey, there's plenty of time to give this layering thing a whirl and enter it into our Beary Sweet Sketch Challenge. I would LOVE to see your layered projects!

Cheers,
Susan

5 comments:

debby4000 said...

Oh fabulous card, love the cute Tilda, Sharon.
luv
Debby

Ros said...

Beautiful card and so beautifully done ... thanks for sharing at CCCB

Linda Robinson said...

What an amazing card. So many wonderful details.. And that image looks wonderful..

Thanks for playing along with us at CCCB!

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Lovely card with lots of yummy details, thanks for playing along with us at CCCB!

Cheryl Nelson said...

Just as cute as cute can be! Thank you so much for playing along at CCCB!