Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Variations on a Sketch--Part 3

To refresh your memory, here's Stephanie Halinski's sketch from Papercrafts.





And here's my fourth card using it.




In this case, I went sort of shabby chic...well, as shabby chic as I'm comfortable going. The script is from Papertrey's Text Style, the leaves are from Turning a New Leaf, and the sentiment is from Botanical Silhouettes. I love the softness of this card and how making the script tilt is both whimsical and elegant at the same time. Also, I love how different it looks from the other three cards. It's proof that a good sketch will work in LOTS of different ways.

Supplies
stamps: Papertrey
ink: VersaMagic
paper: PTI white
accessories: pink pearls

13 comments:

  1. Oh, oh, oh! I LOVE this card! Don't know how shabby it is, but it is most certainly chic. You are amazing in how many varied cards you have made from this sketch!

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  2. Susan, this is gorgeous. I love the over-stamped leaves, and that you can see through them to the text underneath. That's a perfect sentiment, and the pearls step it up even further. It's a beauty! I can't believe how many different looks you've shown us from one sketch. You're just so creative.

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  3. This is perfect in every way. I'm going to have to copy it, just so you know.

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  4. Really nice. Thanks for showing the same sketch in different ways!

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  5. Perfectly lovely! Your design is breathtaking.

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  6. Oh, that gorgeous with so less material! Love it. Hugs, Ankie

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  7. Well done! Quite fabulous the different ways you used this sketch.

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  8. Such an interesting variation of the sketch. Love it.

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  9. I literally swooned when I saw this.. what gorgeous colour combo there.. and such creative take on the sketch. Awesome Susan :) Thanks for sharing

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  10. Another fabulous design, using this sketch! Love the stamp combination - so elegant :)

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  11. This is my favourite of the 4. I think I prefer the diagonal on a more acute angle (more horizontal). Love the leaves dipping into the text. Inspired!

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