Who doesn't love sketches?? They are great sources of inspiration and they are so much fun to use. I love looking at a sketch and interpreting it to make it my own. Today, I have a couple of things to share regarding sketches. First, I have a card that I made for Emma's this week. I created the sketch to go along with it.
I used Webster's Hollywood vogue paper on here along with a fun die cut from My Mind's Eye. The trim and the bloomer, which are Webster's were dry brushed with paint to give them a shabby feeling.
I also added a flower from one of the Webster's bouquets. And finally, the stamp comes from a Kaisercraft set.
You can see the sketch, along with the other cards that the team created, at the Emma's blog.
And, speaking of sketches, Paper Crafts has a call out for their next sketch book. I'm so excited about this one! I have three sketches in it - #s 37, 45 and 48. Check out the call here: Sketch Book Submissions. But, hurry! You only have until Monday night, Feb. 28th.
That's all for today. Hope you have a great day!
Thursday, February 24, 2011
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Gorgeous work my friend as always . thanks for the heads up on the call. love sketches
Oh, your card looks perfect! I really like what you did with the dark blue bloomer.
This is really beautiful! Love the colour scheme and distinctive shape. I have been following your work for a while now on PaperCrafts magazine, and really love your style.
Just adore that card Anabelle! Fabulous shape and oh so pretty!
That shape of your card is just so cool and unexpected.
O wow! Anabelle, this card is beyond gorgeous!!! Love the blues and the stunning texture!!! A fave!
This is beautiful, I love your elegant style!!
This is beautiful, love the houndstooth check and the vintage feel to the whole arrangement, just lovely.
I adore everything yiu have posted since my last visit, no one scraps vintage as gorgeous and soft as you!!
Just love visiting your blog Annabelle!
Hope you had a great weekend
So perfect! I love the colors :)
What a beautiful card, Anabelle! I love the fun shape and the elegant look with the Hollywood Vogue. The dry brushing on the Bloomer looks awesome. Love that technique. :)
so beautiful! I always find your cards elegant and gorgeous
wow you card is Amazing!!!
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