November 2, 2011

Stampin' Queen's Sketch Challenge #11

Time for another sketch challenge for you all from the Stampin' Queen's Sketch Challenge Blog. There is also Blog Candy up for grabs so make sure you join us for this fun sketch challenge!!

This sketch had me stumped when I first saw it but as I got working on it it all came together and I really like how it turned out!!

How about you? Like it? Please let me know by leaving me a comment letting me know!! I love hearing feedback and it really does help make me a better crafter too!!

For this card I used the Holly Berry Bouquet DSP, Real Red, Chocolate Chip & Very Vanilla Card Stock, Red Glimmer Paper, Holly berry Bouquet Designer Fabric, Chantilly 1/2" Crochet Trim, Holly Berry Bouquet Designer Buttons, Merry & Type Stamp Set and my Big Shot with the Designer Frames Embossing Folder.

Loved how these stacked buttons turned out. I did adhere them with my glue gun so they would not go anywhere and I had to give the red button some leverage to sit on.

I used the square shaped frame from the set of the Designer Frames Embossing Folders, cut out the frame and then cut out the middle of it. When done it looked like a picture frame. I then colored my image with my markers and stamped onto Very Vanilla Card Stock. I adhered the Very Vanilla piece to the backside of the frame with my Multipurpose Liquid Glue.

To adhere the Designer Fabric to the Red Glimmer Paper I just used three rows of Sticky Strip. Works great!!

Now head on over to the Stampin' Queen's Blog to check out what the other Queen's did with this same sketch. While you are there play along with us!! You will also be playing for some awesome Blog Candy too!!

Have a great day!


Sheila said...

Very pretty Tiffany! It is busy but I love it!

Sandi said...

I love, love this card Tiffany! The fabric really is beautiful (always love incorporating in cards) with this sentiment to soften the look.

Twila said...

I LOVE this card Tiffany! Beautiful!

Katherine said...

This was the BEST view/use I've seen with that Frames embossing folder. I like it best as you used it here! TFS!!!