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Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Tuesday Morning Sketches


Good morning! It's time for another Tuesday Morning Sketches challenge! Our sponsor this week is Inktegrity. If you'd like to play along, you may choose your own sketch! I choose #30 this week.
Since this is the blog's blogaversary, I was planning to use the word "celebrate" on my card, but it wouldn't fit! I used "for you" instead. For two of the panels I used vellum which is adhered with a tiny dot of clue in the corners; I then used some Swarovski flatbacks to hide the glue. They add a nice touch of sparkle!
Image: Stampendous Calendar Chick
Sentiment: QuicKutz "Basic Phrases" Cookie Cutter Dies
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
Paper: PTI Stamper's Select and Vintage Cream, The Paper Studio Vellum, Pebbles DP
Embellies: Swarovski Flatback Crystals in "Rose", Barbara Trombley's Art Glitter in "Pink Smoothie"
Extras: Prismas/Crayolas/Goo Gone
Check out the blog for the Design Teams' samples; while you are there, check out the new look. I hope you can play along too! There are lots of prizes up for grabs this month!
Thanks for stopping by! Have a great day!
Angela

7 comments:

Amy said...

What an adorable card! I love the die cut sent. and the colors you've used. That chick image is just too cute.

Banu said...

Cute cute card Angela...Awesome image. Loved the use of vellum.

Theresa said...

Angela way to cute!! I love the paper only sometimes when I use stripes I use the whole paper trying to remember which way to cut it to get them in the right direction.

Great card!!

Melissa Craig said...

Fabulous card! Anyone would be lucky to receive this!! Great job, Angela.

Chris said...

very cute!

Jessica G. said...

Sweet card, Angela, especially with that yummy pink and chocolate color combo! Awesome idea to use the vellum squares because the fun DP still peeks through and the 'bit of bling' crystals are a perfect touch for a celebration card, too!!

Kathy said...

You rocked this difficult sketch once again! I love the idea of vellum panels, to let you see the lovely dsp through it. Such a cute image too. Great card Angela!