Friday, February 19, 2010

Sew Many Cards Challenge




Welcome to this week's Sew Many Cards Challenge!




Inktegrity is our sponsor for this week's challenge. Joni, the owner of Inktegrity, is generously giving a $10 gift certificate to the winner of this week's challenge.


This week's challenge is a Sketch Challenge.




Crafters are permitted to flip the sketch, mirror it, or slightly alter it, but are encouraged to keep their creations as close to the original sketch as possible.




I used the Sew Many Cards Hershey image for my challenge card. This puppy is too cute. Don't you just love his face?


Image: Sew Many Cards Hershey
Ink: Copic markers
Cardstock: Stampin' UP! Bashful Blue, Old Olive, Red Riding Hood, and Summer Sun
Designer Paper: dog-themed (unknown source)
Embellishments: dog-print brads and a bone brad



I also created a card with Inktegrity's A Little Tug image. This card is not for the challenge, but rather to showcase one of the fun images that Inktegrity has. It was fun to put together a variety of textures for this card - the slick prismatic paper, the sparkling glitter dot paper, and the rough sandpaper.


Image and Sentiment: Inktegrity A Little Tug
Ink: Copic markers
Cardstock: Stampin' UP! Tempting Turquoise
Designer Paper: Colorbok Prismatic Paper Day at the Beach, Making Memories Ella Glittered Dot, and sandpaper
Embellishments: Offray organdy ribbon, buttons, and brads

5 comments:

April said...

Both are great cards!! MWWWAAAAHHHH

MiamiKel said...

My goodness, girl! You always have the perfectly m atched papers to go with your darling designs and colored images! Both are just as dreamy as it gets! TFS!

kim.mom said...

Great cards!!! Love cute Hershey - you did a great job with him! That tugboat is adorable and love all the textures you used with that one!

~Jeri~ said...

Love both of your cards Jeanette! You done a wonderful job on both of them!!! love the papers you chose for your Inktegrity card and Hershey couldn't get any cuter!!

Cheri said...

that is one cute doggie card

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