Monday, March 16, 2015

STAMPlorations Sketch Challenge #30

Today there is a new Sketch up at STAMPlorations and Spring is in the air!! 

Here is my card using Sketched: Tulips inked in Antique Linen Distress Ink.   After coloring in the tulips with the markers, I accidentally spritzed with my glasses cleaner:/  It really gave it a washed out look.  So I recolored and outlined the images. I like how it turned out. The sentiment is from


other supplies used:

Here is the Sketch


Be sure to stop by STAMPlorations to see the other cards from the STAMPlorations Challenge Gals!

There are 3 Guest Designers as well:
Hope you are inspired to join in on the fun!
Remember, there are Prizes:

Winner
prize: 3 digi stamps
guest designer spot in Sketch #31

2 Top picks
the option to be a guest designer in the Sketch #31 Challenge if they'll use a STAMPlorations digi stamp (to be provided to them)
or clear stamp (if they already have them)

All winners and top picks will receive a personalized guest designer badge that they can display on their blogs, as well as a STAMPlorations guest designer watermark.
Frequent Players Spotlight: Play in all 3 challenges for the month for entries to the random drawing. Prize is always going to be a stamp and stencil pack.

Thanks for stopping by!

LaurJane:)

7 comments:

  1. Wowzers this is sheer loveliness!!! How do you like your distress markers?! I've been considering them, but I have Spectrum Noirs and don't know if the DMs would be worth the investment. What do you think?

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    1. Becca I LOVE the DS markers...thay do seem to dry up quickly. Joanns.com https://www.joann.com/tim-holtz-distress-markers/zprd_11883824a.html#q=distress+markers&start=1
      has them 50% off now.
      And I just found a re-fill recipe for them...not tried it yet though.

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  2. I had to jump here at first, your card is so beautiful and I wanted to know how you did it, :-D. Absolutely gorgeous!

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  3. What a fab sunny take on the sketch, love how you created the sward of tulips.A great happy accident. :)

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  4. This is lovely LauraJane! It looks like a watercolor painting!

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  5. Gorgeous card LauraJane, love the colours, so bright and cheery and great work with the DI markers

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  6. Your card is amazingly beautiful. I think this is one of the prettiest cards I have seen.

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Simply splendid to hear from you!

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