Monday, 21 April 2014

STAMPlorations Sketch Challenge #10


Time for the latest sketch at STAMPlorations.  Our guest designer is Carol from Just Me: c, and this is the sketch, which runs until 2 May:



I've used stamps from the MOM Subway Art Builders sets which are designed so that you can cut them up to mix and match your favourite sentiments from the sets, which is what I did.  I stamped them in Versamark and white-embossed, then watercoloured some Dusty Concord, Milled Lavender and Worn Lipstick Distress Inks over the panel.

Pop on over to the STAMPlorations blog for more inspiration from the Design Team and Guest Designer Carol, and to enter your card.

And if you played along with our last sketch, and you've entered the monthly challenge (stamps and your favourite technique), you'll be in with a chance of this prize too:


10 comments:

  1. Beautiful watercoloured background, Shirley ... you'd probably describe this as 'sloshing' again ... I'd call it art! Anita :)

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  2. Great colors! The sentiments pop beautifully from the background.

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  3. Way to use the sketch and the Mom's Subway!

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  4. Very creative card Shirley. Very well done.

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  5. What a great idea for mix&match sentiment stampset! Love the watercolour effects here. I think you did a splendid job on this. I love that I just got to use the word splendid. I think I sounded posh, did I sound posh? I hope so. Marvelous and splendid Shirley - that's what I think of your card simply marvelous and spendid.

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  6. Gorgeous background and gold! Such a tricky sketch and you've made it look really special!

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  7. I love this water colour background Shirley, such a gorgeous combo of colours x

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  8. This is beautiful!! I love the way you used the sentiment stamp and created this amazing BG :)

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  9. Hi Shirley. Awesome background and use of the MUM Subway Builders, love it! have a great day! hugs Monika xxx

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  10. Purty. Another "bet this was a blast to make" creation of yours!

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