Monday, July 13, 2009

Club Anya sketch challenge

Told ya I would be back today with another card for the TGF release. Challenge #2 is this fabbo sketch. I love it. It took me a while to get this card done. As you can imagine there are a lot of layers to this card and a lot of careful (sometimes not so careful) cutting with a craft knife. I did something a little different with this sketch and did the holes in an acetate sheet. It finally worked out the way I wanted it with a lot of fiddling. I bought myself some Retro Flower punches and have been punching punching. LOL.

The big flower in the middle I got the tutorial from StampARTic which is an online craft magazine. Just thought it was fabulous, and there are a few more different ways to decorate your punched flowers. Go check it out.

Enjoy my card. I am very happy with the way it turned out.

Products: TGF stamps; SU Baja Breeze & WW card; SU Parisian Breeze Speciality DSP; Nesties; Cuttlebug Textiles embossing folder; EK Success S, M, Whale of a punch Retro Flower punches; clear acetate; Kaiser pearls; dimensional magic; SU Choc Chip ink; MM jewel brad.


Norma said...

Tracey, this is a WOW card. Stunning. Just love the blue and brown colour scheme--one of my favorites. You're so creative with this card. Love everything about it.


Debbie Pamment said...

I'm with Norma - a FABULOUS card - a REAL WOW. I think I may be "borrowing" this idea - LOL

Juls said...

wow this is amazing! worth all the hard work! love the colour combo, and your retro flowers are fab! Love the acetate! just amazing!

kaylou said...

H Tracey
wow this is great, a lot of work but well worth it wow.
hugs Kaylou xoxo

Cheryl Joshua said...

WOW Tracey this is gorgeous....what an absolute showstopper,Love it!!!

Michelle W said...

Hey Tracey !

Just thought I'd pop in and say Hi ! You've certainly been a very busy gal since I spoke with you last ! Congrats on your DT position too...obviously well deserved ! Forever Always are looking for Guest DT's this month if you're interested ???

Anyway, great to see you doing so well. Keep it up !