8.15.2009

Travel Companion

Get Sketchy just had their "grand opening sketch" put up on Friday. So I got right down to business and made my card!! How exciting!

GS Sketch #1:


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My vision: Something nice and bright, with bold colors.
My problem: I realized I didn't have anything with bright, bold colors :S

I found some chipboard embellishments that were bright - so you gotta work with what you find!
Next I was onto paper - this was a toughie. I have nothing but bright colored and plain wee little scraps. So I again, worked with what I had.

My award: I should really get the award for "Most Hours spent on ONE Dang Card." *heehee*

I cut out the squares, rounded the corners with scissors, and inked the edges. I drew a heart on a scrap of paper, cut it out, and inked. I used a hole punch on my scraps, used the circles and inked. I don't own a Cricut, but I have the Create on order - I can't wait for it to arrive!!!!! I am so excited with the possibilities!

Where was I... I then used my laser printer and printed out the "Let's travel the world together." I used the Dear Joe 4 font.



I love my camera, therefore many close-up shots LOL:





Card Ingredients:
paper - all scraps
travel embellishments - Michaels
ribbon - Offray
ink - stampcraft in black
Craft Smart in brick red


Happy Saturday!!
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17 comments:

AndreaWiebe said...

Your card is so fun! I love it :)

Dora said...

This card is beautiful, playful and full of smile! Love the colors!
Thanks for playing along!

Shemaine Smith said...

What a cute and bright card! I love it and I have those chipboard accents too!

Diana Fisher said...

If this isn't just the cutest card EVA'!!!! Love it all!

Liszha said...

You really made this sketch your own. At first I thought I didn't see the curve but then I got it.
Great and very original card.
Hope you will enter our next challenge as well.
Toodles,
Lisette

June Houck said...

Very cool fun card :)

Sweet Momiji said...

Hi! This is an awesome card!! I love the bright colors and how you did the curve!
I love your blog too! Me and my sister was Ooohhing and aaaaahhhing over your scrapbook room! I'm in the process of trying to redo mine. It's kinda been my catch-all room for the past year. So, its been a long process. Your room is definitely full of good ideas. I have to work with a small budjet for scrapping too, so I especially love how you find things on clearance!
Thanks for following me and I look foward to more of your work!

Hugs,
Momiji

raindropecho said...

Wow this is AMAZING! I have those stickers, but I didn't know what the heck I was going to do with them, lol. Thanks for the inspiration ;)
- Ann

Ann said...

What a sweet and fun card! Thanks for playing along at Get Sketchy!

Angèle said...

WOW...great take on the sketch! Very original how you did the curve!
I love the message, the bright colors and the buttons. Thanks for playing along with us at 'Get Sketchy'

AUsome mom said...

This card is so cool!! I love every part of it. It was truly worth all the time that you put into it because it is just fabulous!!! Yippee for you on the Create!! Hope you enjoy it :)

Laurel said...

Wow, you really rocked the sketch! Thanks for playing!

Bree said...

oo I love the design and the whole feel of this card.
Thanks for playing with us!

~amy~ said...

I LOVE your Travel card...it is filled with such fun details!!! Thanks for playing with us!

Anonymous said...

Lynne said; Deanne, you did a phenomenal job. Your ideas are endless. Is everyone as blessed as we are, to have such an incredible talent in our family. How I wish that my sister had a computer, so she could see all your amazing creations. And my mom would have "loved you to pieces", as she was so creative. There are only 24 hours in a day, and you work full time, so it really blows my mind all the other things that you accomplish. You always look so beautiful, you've redecorated your house so amazingly, and thanks to your blog, so many others can enjoy and appreciate your talents.

Nicole said...

FUN take on the sketch! KUDOS!

Jenny said...

very cute! great way to show the "curve"