Monday, July 19, 2010

2 Sketches 4 You - Kazan's Sketch 57

Hello my friends!! =) Hope you all had a fabulous weekend. We had a little dinner get together with a friend. We had some super yummy Shanghai style Chinese food and celebrated hubby's birthday early. It was fun! =)

On to today's card for 2 Sketches 4 You. First is Kazan's Sketch 57:

Here is my card:

Yes, another loose take on the sketch.... =) We don't have a sponsor this week, so I used some of my favorite digital products for my card. All the yummy patterned papers are from Sugarplum Paperie's Tiny Princess kit. These are some of the sweetest papers!

The adorable doll is a digital stamp from Pink Petticoat. She is from the Frillie Millies collection and her name is Cupcake. Love that yummy name! =) I pulled her out from my ever growing colored stack. I added the swirls on the yellow parts of her dress to add some character. The sentiment is from Papertrey Ink.

There is an awesome prize for you this week, please check all the details at 2 Sketches 4 You. Hope you can play along with us this week!!

Have a beautiful day! =)


Thanks for stopping by!


supplies:
cardstock: Papertrey Ink, Neenah Classic Solar White
digital kit: Tiny Princess by Sugarplum Paperie at The Digichick
digital stamp: Pink Petticoat
sentiment stamp, buttons: Papertrey Ink
ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
markers: Copic
ribbon: May Arts
dies: Papertrey Ink (scallop border), Spellbinders (scalloped oval, oval, scalloped circle, circle)
die-cutting machine: Cuttlebug
crochet thread: DMC
others: sewing machine, thread

22 comments:

Barbara said...

Such soft and pretty colours on your card Alice! I love your beautiful colouring as always! :-)

Kathy Martin said...

Darling card and super Copic work! :)

Diane Jaquay said...

Way to rock that sketch Alice, this is not only very creative but totally adorable too :)

BabyBokChoy said...

Shanghai, what a love/hate relationship for me, lol.

That little girl you colored is so cute, I want her hair!!! seriously adorable!

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

This is SO sweet Alice! LOVE this little gal and your coloring!!

Holly said...

Adorable card Alice! I love your coloring and your bow is tied perfectly!

Jill said...

So sweet and pretty! I love the big pink bow!

Monika Reeck said...

your interpretation on the sketch is wonderful Alice...for me this is a difficult sketch my dear...again your coloring is wonderful...love this card too...hugs

cashemere said...

Hi!!
It´s wonderful!!! I love the colors you used!

Kisses

D├ębora

Karen B. said...

another cutie of a card, I didn't see scallops, only waves, so thanks for opening my eyes!

~amy~ said...

simply fantastic...it doesn't get much better than scallops and plaid:)

Kryssi said...

that image is super cute and you really know how to work patterned paper into your designs.. unlike someone i know who stinks (me) hahaha.

Kim Piggott said...

Oh wow!
Alice this is totally divine!
I love your gorgeous image and colouring and your paper and design is wonderful!
hugs
kim x

lionblossom said...

Love the colours! Sweet card! Hannari

Tyggereye said...

So cute and girly! Great job on the sketch!

Pam S. said...

She is so sweet but your card is over the top sweet Alice! Beautifully colored and designed! (tricky sketch IMO) TFS!
Pam Going Postal

ivy said...

all the papers and how you colored her goes so well together! cute!!

Kelly Booth said...

So Cute...that Ribbon and Button are just perfect!!

Jill said...

Such a cute, whimsical design!

Suzanne C said...

What a sweet image! Great interpretation on the sketch! (Love how you interpret the sketches)

Lisa Hjulberg said...

I love this sketch... gave it a try for a spot on the team, but no dice. Oh well, it's still fun to play!

I love your take on the sketch...the soft colors and scallops are perfect for that adorable PP image!

Tasha said...

STUNNING! Oh my gosh what a beautiful card. The image is so fun and the papers completely adorable. I love your take on the sketch
love tasha xx

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