Monday, September 1, 2008

Chicks Have A Sketch Challenge


Mona Lisa gave us this sketch and as soon as I saw it I knew what I wanted to do! A Suspension card using Beate's tutorial and the Thomas Kinkade Christmas Series Papers.




A little Stickles, some Stardust gel pen, dry embossing the sentiment and it was done!

I won't go into the LONG story of getting my Nestabilities sandwich stuck in my Wizard.... NO, we won't go there!! Let's just say, stooopid mistake and I'm happy that Spellbinders has a PDF on how to get the old style UNstuck! *wink*

Stop by and see what the other girls did.
Julie
Kim
Sherrie
Lisa Silver
Jen
Michele

11 comments :

Silvergirl said...

WOW, Dawn! This is amazing! I love your embossed edging around the sentiment and the spinner is fabulous!!!

Hugs,
lise

shel9999 said...

What a great idea to make the center circle a spinner! Great use of those TK papers! I love it, Dawn!

Jennifer Roach said...

Is is great Dawn! I have to try one of those spinner cards sometime.

Shirley said...

Love how cute this type of card turns out and your is no exception. Love the whole design, Dawn.

Shirley said...

oooops! and forgot to say came looking for your limited supply card to tell you what a success that beauty was. TFS

Angelnorth said...

Oh so that's what you were doing when you got your Wizard jammed! Glad you unjammed it, it would have been a shame to miss this card because of mechanical failure! Love the spinner element for this sketch - great job!

Julie Campbell said...

So glad you got out of you 'jam'! :) This card is soooo smart! What a perfect idea for this sketch!

Sherrie said...

Oh yes! Aren't you smart! This is perfect with the TK paper and I love that suspended middle circle!!! Cool!

PaperCutting Kind of Day said...

Your card for the sketch is soooo cool!

jojot said...

First.....that card is FABULOUS......you do the best stuff with the TK images.....

Secondly....I can feel your pain. I almost killed my CB the other day with a Dagwood sandwich. A plate cracked and wouldn't come out. Eventually I won the day, but there were blood, sweat, and tears involved.

-dlm. said...

What a lovely card, Dawn! I love what you are able to do with the TK paper. Off to add those to my CHF wish list.