Sketchbook Saturday #100

Hello friends,

Today I am joining Iwona in celebrating her 100th Sketchbook Saturday!


I rarely make cards based on a sketch, so after some thought I went to look for a photo inspiration, and what better place to look than at Moxie Fab World? Cath always has so many cool photos to share! I liked this one from the Mixy-Matchy challenge:

Porter Design Company

And here is the card I made:

Saturday Sketch 100

A bit unusual of a design; I suppose that is what comes out of me interpreting a sketch! Still, I think this would make good for a modern Wedding card.

The top stripes are stamped in SU! chocolate chip ink with a Wplu9 stamp from the Country Charm set.

For the orange panel, I masked everything except that area and embossed the Lattice Background stamp with Gold embossing powder. Then I applied Distress ink Rusty Hinge with a sponge applicator.

silver petal

The shiny silver petals were made using SU! Silver Glimmer paper and two flower stamps from SU! Growing Green set. I simply stamped the images on the back, trimmed them, and adhered them with foam tape. I tell you, the sparkle from this paper is amazing, almost like real jewels!

Lastly, the sentiment is from the Wplus9 set called Damask Doilies.

And before I leave, I must tell you that there is an awesome prize if you play along! Head over to Iwona’s blog for more details!

Congratulations on this achievement, Iwona! Happy to be joining you in the celebration 🙂

19 responses

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  2. Hey Tasnim! Thanks for linking this up to the Mixy-Matchy Style Challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I’m so glad you joined in on all the fun! 🙂

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