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Monday, February 11, 2013

Technostamper Monday Lunchtime Sketch

The Windy city is living up to it's name today as we have 40-50mph winds today.  So it's a great day to stay inside and stamp.  We have a great sketch for you today over at the Technocstamper Monday Lunchtime blog, and here it is:


When you are finished with your wonderful work of art, you can simply post it on the Technostamper blog, and you can find the link right HERE!

I also used this card for this week's LNS challenge as well; which was to create a project using a SAB set.  You can load your finished project on the LNS blog, and you can find the link HERE.

For my card, I once again reached for my favorite SAB set, Feeling Sentimental.  I think this has to be my absolute favorite SAB set yet, and love the vintage look you can get with this versatile set.  I stamped the image of the bicycle 5 times on a piece of Very Vanilla c/s using a Stamp-a-Ma-Jig to help me with placement.  I then used the edge of the Soft Suede inkpad to feather the cardstock and DSP.  Here's a list of what I used and my card:


Stamps: Feeling Sentimental, Teeny Tiny Wishes
Inks: Soft Suede, Marina Mist
Papers: Very Vanilla, Soft Suede, Marina Mist, Beau Chateau DSP
Accessories: Big Shot, 3" Circle Die, Bitty Banners Framelits, Ticket Corner Punch, Vintage Trinkets, Soft Suede Ribbon, Marina Mist Brads, Early Espresso Baker's Twine, Dimensionals, Paper Piercing Tool

10 comments:

Diane J Ouellette said...

LOVE this card....colors and layout!

Carolyn Bennett said...

What a great card! I love the "movement"!

Nancy Seed said...

Love this. Great masculine card.

Sue said...

This is a great card! I love all the details.

MJ said...

I adore this, you do have the wrong sketch in the post though, lol. I really love how the bike looks like it is moving! So cool. Colors are so great for this set. So glad you are part of my TSSC team!

Nicole Tugrul said...

I love the vintage look and feel of your card....gorgeous!

Vicky Hayes said...

Love the movement you've created for the Penny Farthing!

Sandi said...

I just had to come by and tell you how much I love your card. I just had this DSP out yesterday and was trying to think of ways to use those beautiful tags!!

Heidi Baks said...

Love your vintage looks and quadruple stamping! Thanks for sharing with us at SUO Challenges.

Kris Sobolik said...

I love how you put this all together - the photo corners, the dsps...Great card!