Tuesday, July 19, 2011

PTT#25 Party Time Tuesdays Sketch Challenge

This is my second post today.  
Please scroll down for my Midnight Madness Sketch Challenge post.

Welcome to PTT#25 Party Time Tuesdays Sketchy Tuesdays!  
This week we have a fun sketch for you to try out...but first...

 We have a couple of really HOT sponsors this week!   The very cool scrap store Robin's Nest, and the ever so famous digi and Rubber store-Paper Pretties!!!  Here is a bit of information about each:

We are a scrapbooking company with a huge love for
creating memories into art.  We love sharing and
are glad to be apart of this challenge!

One Lucky Winner will receive a $25 gift Certificate to The Robin's Nest online Store....How lucky!

Paper Pretties is a full-service online crafting store.  
We have many exclusive stamp lines, from elegant to
whimsical, sweet to clever; there is something for every stamper in our Prettie Boutique!
In case you haven't heard yet, Paper Pretties has a BRAND
NEW owner, Heather Lee-Reppen.  Now located in Madison, WI,
we are pleased to offer you amazing customer service,
faster and cheaper shipping, and a wider variety of stamping
"must have" products to go along with all of our fun new
stamps!! All orders are shipped within 24 hours

One Lucky winner will receive this ADORABLE Digi!

 Here is the wonderful inspiration sketch.

The adorable little gnome that I've used is from Paper Pretties.
The beautiful background and tan paper and the silver and pink "bling" are from Robin's Nest.
I used Spellbinders dies to cut the flourish frame and mattes and added a little paper rose from my stash.
The border is a Martha Stewart punch.
The image is colored with Copic markers.



Nancy said...

Renee, I just love that paper with this image!! They are both so cute!! Awesome!

Danie May said...

Renee your choice of colours and papers have created such a pretty card with sweet Garner. Wonderful Job!

Patchi said...

Beautiful card! I love all the little details you added!

Paige said...

great card! you really worked the image, papers, and embellishments so well together!