Tuesday, August 16, 2011

PTT29 A fun sketch for you and 2 cards!!

This little cutie is from Chi Chi Memories and he is called Goodnight Babies...isn't he a cutie? I paper pieced him with some paper from Basic Grey. I then paired him with some old favorites from Stampin' Up -- Blue Bayou and Soft Sky! The ribbon is twisted to just give a different look, and the image where it is not paper pieced is colored with Copic markers.


This adorable image from The Paper Shelter is the image that I chose to focus my sketch card on! I had to tweak the image a bit to work with the materials I had, but I believe that you can see the basics of the sketch. This little cutie is called Sunny Day by The Paper Shelter. I used the new pennant builder die from Sizzix that is available through Stampin' Up. The sentiment is from Woodware USA, and I used all Stampin' Up paper for the card (Tempting Turquoise, Pink Pirouette, and Pink Flamingo DSP). The image is colored with Copic markers, and the ribbon is a no name brand from Hobby Lobby. The sketch from Stacy is below.










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5 comments:

marilynprestonn said...

Both cards are terrific. The ribbons on both are different in style, just so inspiring work. :)Peggy

Danie May said...

Your two cards are fabulous Nancy. Similar to Peggy I love the inspiring ways you have used your ribbon on your cards this week. I will have to give these a try.

Mary G. said...

Nancy, I love both of these cards! Your paper piecing on the first one is perfectly done! The second card is just too stinking cute!! Beautifully colored!!!

Paige said...

Two perfectly adorable cards! I love the twisted ribbon treatment on the baby card and the scrunchy ribbon on the sketch card!

Renlymats World of Family & Crafts said...

What cute cards! I love the creative way that you used your ribbons on both cards! Love the paper piecing on the boy, that's one of my favorite techniques and the banners were the perfect touch on the sketch card.