Friday, July 16, 2010

Taylored Expressions Sketch Challenge #121

Happy Friday, my friends! Thanks for joining me for a card for Taylored Expressions Sketch Challenge. First is the sketch:

Here is my card:

The adorable digital stamp that I used is called Forest Friend by Revi Devi Paat available at Squigglefly. I love the brush stroke style of Revi's image! They are all so cute and so easy to color!

I paired the image with some cute patterned papers from My Mind's Eye's Be Loved collection. The sentiment is from set by Hero Arts. The mulberry flower is from my stash, you can find similar ones
here
.

Well, that's all I have for now. Don't forget to check out what all the other members of the TESC Sketch Crew came up with for this sketch!! Here are the links:


Thanks for stopping by!


supplies:
cardstock: Papertrey Ink, Neenah Classic Solar White
digital stamp: Revi Devi Paat for Squigglefly
stamp: Hero Arts (sentiment)
patterned paper: My Mind's Eye
ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
ribbon: Offray
dies: Spellbinders
die-cutting machine: Cuttlebug
other: mulberry paper flower from my stash, sewing machine, thread
Copics used:
deer: E35, E34, E31, E95, E93
bird: YR04, YR02, YR00, Y19
shadow: W7, W5, W3, W1

29 comments:

Tiffany said...

I have never seen such a beloved looking deer - way too cute, love this card Alice!

Taylor said...

This is super sweet, Alice! Great color combination!

Hope you have a great weekend!

Lisa Hjulberg said...

This is just as sweet as can be!!! I love the soft colors, and that image is just adorable!

Have a great day Alice!

Chelsea said...

Oh Goodness, this is super adorable Alice!
You have the most beautiful papers and flowers.
Have a great day.
Luv,
Chelsea

~amy~ said...

This could not be any cuter Alice!!

AnitaRex said...

Such a sweet card! I love the flower at the top!

Marlene said...

Awww...this is adorable!

Maylee said...

Super cute! Love the color palette!

Sherrie said...

Oh this is darling! I love the simple line art image and you colored it beautifully!

Jami said...

This is so darling - so sweet! :)

Have a great weekend!

Fika said...

Super duper cute Alice.. love the bird and deer.. awesome coloring!! i miss u :)

Monika/Buzsy said...

What a great card Alice. Love that image... great color combo... the pretty flower looks great! :o)

Holly said...

Another cutie here Alice! I love your soft coloring and the papers you used are wonderful. You know I always adore your stitching!

Diane Jaquay said...

awww, what a cute little image! The sketch is great and you've made an adorable card with it :)

Agata said...

This is extra sweet! Love those images and your card!

Nancy said...

Love your sweet card Alice, and these soft , lovely colors! Perfect!

Clare said...

So sweet! That image reminds me of some paper line debuting at CHA soon...can't remember which though.
Lovely card, and of course, fabulous coloring!

Melissa said...

I love how you went more with a half circle in the background! Super cute card!

Karen B. said...

Well the image was cute to begin with but you've taken it to the adorable stage on your card!

Tasha said...

Alice this card is so beautiful, it looks effortless. I love the clean lines and the gorgeous colours
love tasha xx

donna mikasa said...

Ahhh, this is sooo sweet, Alice! Love the brush stroke design! It's so fresh and simple and the papers are a perfect match! Love!!

alexandra s.m. said...

So beautiful! such wonderful coloring once again!
BRAVO!!

Courtney K said...

This is so adorable!! And the shading you did under the deer - I totally would have forgotten to do that.

Pam S. said...

So cute Alice! Love this critter w/this MME paper! Awesome take on the sketch!
Pam Going Postal

Rosie said...

Super Sweet card! Love it!

Monika Reeck said...

ach...tooo cuuute dear...

Suzanne C said...

Love the sketch and your card is fantastic! Wonderful coloring on the deer.

Sharyn said...

Adorable! Very cute stamp too! You made it look so sweet.

Jill said...

Love the ovals! Another fantastic design and card full of cuteness!

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