Saturday, July 11, 2009

Sketch 64: Cards, An Altered Canvas, & a Sketch Book!

Are you ready for some more fabulous inspiration using Sketch 64? Well, we have it for you today! And not just cards but a sketch book and an altered canvas! Let's look at the design teams' creations!

5x6 Card by Alisa
Papers: unknown
Stamps: Our Daily Bread Designs
Tools: Slice animal crackers
Embellishments: misc. clear transparency sheet, misc. rhinestone
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Card by Danielle W.
Papers: Bazzill, Lily Bee
Tools: Sewing Machine, Tim Holtz Scissors, Cuttlebug Swiss Dots Embossing Folder
Embellishments: Kaiser Crafts rub-on, Prima flower, Jenni Bowlin button
4x5 Card by Gloria
Papers: Fancy Pants, Bazzill, SU
Stamps: Pink Persimmon Swirl Journal, SU Thank You
Stamp Ink: SU
Embellishments: SU felt flower, SEI button, DMC floss
Altered Sketch Book by KellyJean
Papers: Fancy Pants Fancy Kewl
Stamps: Queen Kat Designs Spirit
Stamp Ink: SU regal rose
Tools: SU 1" and 1 1/4" circle punches, Sizzix butterfly die
Embellishments: Ribbon from craft store, SU jeweled rhinestones
Altered Canvas by Tanis
Dollar store faux canvas
Papers: Basic Grey Bittersweet, Bazzill
Tools: Sewing machine, computer font, SU punches (scalloped circle, circle, & 1 3/8" square)
Embellishments: misc. button, Prima flowers, misc. crocheted trim
These were all so amazing. I hope you thought so too! And be sure to welcome our new designers--Jen and Rebekah! We are quite excited to have them on board. Then for next week, we will be celebrating Layers of Color Art Stamps first anniversary. There will be GREAT prizes and lots of fun! So, join us then, invite your friends, and stock up on your adhesive so you are ready to create! See you then!
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4 comments:

Alisa said...

loved all the different takes on this sketch girls!! As always amazing work!!
Be Blessed
Alisa

Danielle said...

Fantastic job ladies :) I love that no two projects ever look the same!
Many Blessings~~

Becky said...

Wow -- loved this sketch and all the wonderful work! Thanks for giving me a great idea using the Lily Bee paper!
KellyJean -- How in the world do you cover a spiral notebook cover and not mess up around the spirals? That is a super job!

kellyjean said...

Hey Becky! Thanks for following TTS! Looks as though I may need to do a tutorial on covering spiral books... hmmm. I've had several gals through my blog ask the same ?. It's really very simple but can sound confusing. Here goes... 1st "snip" each hole in the cover. Do this right at the spiral wire for each hole. 2nd remove and apply ppr to cover. 3rd using original cover holes as a guide, punch new holes in ppr. 4th "snip" new holes and replace the cover onto the book. If you have ?s, you can find my email on my blog.