Saturday, September 4, 2010

Cheers Throughout the Years SFYTT


Today's Sketch For You To Try is one that I can see myself coming back to again and again - hope you'll play along! My sample uses Winter View by Impression Obsession. I stamped the focal image in Forest Moss Distress Ink, then added a hint of blue color to the ornament using Copic Markers (BG0000 and BG000). (And I learned something new in the process ... I was able to color over the distress ink with the Copics without any bleeding. Didn't realize that about the distress inks - wonder if all of them hold up to Copics?) See the pine garland peeking out from under the ribbon/label treatment? It's part of the Winter View set, too. I stamped it in Ranger Forest Moss Distress ink, fussy cut around the branches, and sponged the edges.

The papers are from the new Cosmo Cricket Mitten Weather designer paper. Loving the wintry colors included in this collection, but I will say, I had a beastly time photographing this one. It really looks quite different in real life. Have another look in different lighting:


Still doesn't do it justice, but hopefully you'll get the idea :)

Here's the sketch for the week:


And here's the gang of sample-makers:

Jen del Muro with a brand-new guest designer, Tori Wild (welcome, Tori!!)
Amber Hight
Amy Rohl
Carole Burrage
Jenn Diercks
Jodi Collins
Kelly Lunceford
Leigh O'Brien
Megan Lock
Sonja Christoph
Susan Liles

To play along, just link up your sketch creation to Jen's blog using the linky widget. Remember to use keyword SFYTT in online galleries, too - makes it easier to find each other!

Hope you have a great weekend!



Stamps: Winter View by Impression Obsession
Paper: Prismatics Island Mist Light card stock, Neenah Classic Crest Natural White card stock, Papertrey Rustic Cream card stock, Cosmo Cricket Mitten Weather designer paper
Ink: Ranger Forest Moss, Old Paper, Pumice Stone Distress Inks
Accessories: Copic markers; Spellbinders lacey circle Nestabilities, classic circle Nestabilities, and label die; Kaisercraft pearls (Bliss Blue); foam adhesive; May Arts ivory burlap string; natural 5/8" twill
Size: 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" (A2)

24 comments:

Scrapidea said...

Thanks for sharing the sketch, your card is very elegant.

Eva said...

OHhhh..this is so serene, elegant and BEAUTIFUL...I haven't visited in while, but will now...it's always such a treat to peruse your blog! Hugs...

Bastelfrosch said...

WOW this is beautiful!! This paper, and the new spellbinders....absolutly.
Annette

HappyCrafter said...

oh, this is beautiful! Just love all the elements and the soft colours too.

Oliwiaen said...

You can almost feel the chill! Another fabulous take on a SFYTT sketch!

Michelle said...

Wow, it's over the top gorgeous no matter how you photograph it!!!

Mercy said...

gorgeous card, amy! love everything about it!

Emily said...

Pure perfection! You are so talented girl!!!

Linda Carson said...

Picture PERFECT!

Stampvanwinkle said...

Amy, your card is so elegant. Just lovely

Kathy Martin said...

Whoa! What a wonderful winter card! Great design and details!

Conniecrafter said...

Beautiful papers and colors, love your branch under the sentiment, great talent you have!

Dawn Easton said...

Gorgeous girl! Wow! So elegant. It's a card I just want to stare at!

Denise (peanutbee) said...

Love the mitten weather DP and how you did the garland under the sentiment! FABO, Amy!

Corinne said...

whaou!!!une pure merveille
félicitations
bises de la France

marilynwillauer said...

BEAUTIFUL CARD!!!!

greetje said...

just love it!!!
Greetje

JD said...

Beautiful!

Sue from Oregon said...

Wow this is beautiful!

Jessie/knightrone said...

Absolutely stunning Amy!!

Leslie Miller said...

Oh, isn't this pretty! Awesome sketch and fabulous papers. Cute set, too. Love the sentiment that comes with it.

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

This is MAGNIFICENT Amy! WOW WOW and more WOW!

KathyJ (Wattle) said...

Ooooooh.....Amy I just LOVE this one!!! Gorgeous!!!

Jana said...

This card stopped me in my tracks! So gorgeous. The colors, the coloring, everything!

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