Tuesday, 3 February 2009

BG#20 follow the sketch: 'It's your day'

Here's a card I made for the Basic grey challenge which is a sketch this week.Stash:
  • Images: 'celebrating foxes' WOJ stamp as is the sentiment, which is from the 'party sentiment' set
  • Papers: Basic grey 'sugared' with dark brown cardstock for base card
  • Colouring: Copic Ciaos - still getting used to these as the nibs on these are a softer brush tip compared to the smaller hard nibs of the Promarkers so need a steadier, lighter hand near the edges but apart from that they are essentially the same just a question of personal preference and budget (the Ciaos are only about 10p more, it's the Sketch ones which are more pricey) I loved my Promarkers but was wanting more colours (especially in the softer shades).
  • Others:Mega curved rectangles nestabilities (ooo, have you seen the new ones due out soon - got my eye on a couple of those), heart ribbon punch, corner punch and ribbon.

Will be back tomorrow with my ATC and maybe another card that I've nearly finished.


Anonymous said...

Good morning, beautiful card, love the cute foxes!

Andrea, said...

Great card Fran, the papers are fab and I love the cute image. Hope you got some snow in the end

Diane.W. said...

Luvly card & cute stamp!!! :o)x

Rica said...

Wonderful use of papers and colours and a great take on Martine's sketch. Love the WOJ image and the way you've coloured it. Thanks for joining us at Basic Grey - hugs Heather xx

Beth said...

This is gorgeous! The papers are so pretty and I love this stamp! xx

Kathy said...

Fab card Fran!! I still haven't used this image yet as I am afraid to color those fowes in!! (LOL) Yours of course is perfect! Love what you have done with this sketch!! :)kathy

kim-paperbabe said...

Wonderful card Fran. The image is fantastic and love your take on the sketch. Great papers too!
Thanks for joining us at Basic Grey challenges this week.
HuGs Kim :D

Chris said...

A beautiful card Fran! Love that cute image and your colouring is gorgeous. Beautiful papers and details with the label die cut. Chris x


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