Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Card Patterns #82

I have another card for you today.  I think this is probably a record for consecutive posts for me. :)  This card is based on the sketch below from Card Patterns. You still have time to play along until Friday. I decided to make a Halloween card since I haven't made one yet and the holiday is fast approaching.  I really like Halloween stamps and I tend to buy a few, so last year I made the decision that I needed to send out Halloween cards to in order to validate my purchase.  I think it's working out, well at least that's my story and I'm sticking to it. 

Back to the card...I chose the pumkin basket stamp by A Muse and filled it with "candy", which is actually twinkle stickers, and then colored it with my trusty Copic markers.  I used the Lacey Circle die from Nestabilities to make the circle and then cut it in half.  I adhered the green polka dot patterned paper on the left side of the card and at the seam adhered some American Crafts black and white polka dot satin ribbon, which I am in love with. I have a ton of American Crafts ribbon and this one is one of my faves!  This sketch was a little difficult for me, I'm not going to lie, but I like how the card turned out in the end.  I never would have put these things together on my own, but that's what I like about doing challenges and sketches.  It makes me think and do things I wouldn't normally do.  I challenge you to do a sketch or a challenge, you just may be surprised with the outcome.  Happy crafting!




all paper, stamps, twinkle stickers, ink: A Muse Artstamps
markers: Copic
die: Spellbinders
ribbon: American Crafts

3 comments:

  1. Super cute! Love that pumpkin. I have made a few Halloween cards myself. Thanks for joining us this week at Card Patterns. :)

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  2. how adorable this is! I love the got candy! I think you did a great job with the sketch. I agree, sometimes you gotta push yourself.

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  3. What a cute cute card! Great colors and patterns used. Thanks for playing along with us at Card Patterns.

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