Monday, January 2, 2012

Sparkle Creations Rubber Stamps Challenge #70

Hello! Sparkle Creations Rubber Stamps Challenge took a little break during the holidays and we are back for a brand new challenge for the new year!  Here is the new challenge:


Here is my take on the challenge.


I also combined my card with Tuesday Morning Sketches this week since Sparkle Creations Rubber Stamps is the sponsor this week. Please check out the Tuesday Morning Sketches Blog for the sketch later today. =)


I used the handsome Street Corner Josh for my card. He is colored on Papertrey Ink's Stamper's Select White cardstock with Copic markers then cut and embossed using a Long Classic Rectangles Large die.


The patterned paper is from the super yummy Kraft Funday Happy Days 6x6 Designer Paper Pad by My Mind's Eye. This is also the "New" that is on my card. I love this nice and thick kraft based collection! The sentiment is from Hero Arts.

That's all I have. Please go and check out what the other design team members came up with for this challenge and find out all the details for the challenge here. Hope you can join us! =)



Have a beautiful day and thanks for stopping by!
     
         
                                                               
       
     
         
                                                               
       
     
         
                                                               
       
     
         
                                                               
       
     
         
                                                               
       
     
         
                                                               
       
     
         
                                                               
       
     
         
                                                               
       
     
         
                                                               
       
     
         
                                                               
       
     
         
                                                               
       
     
         
                                                               
       





supplies:
cardstock: (kraft, white) Papertrey Ink
rubber stamp: Sparkle Creations Rubber Stamps
clear stamp: Hero Arts
patterned paper: My Mind's Eye
archival ink: (Jet Black) Ranger Industries
fiber: (burlap string) May Arts
accent: (orange button) Papertrey Ink
dies: (rectangle) Spellbinders, (scalloped border) Sizzix
tools: (die-cut machine) Provo Craft, (sewing machine)
other: (foam tape) 3M, (foam squares) Recollections
Copics used:
skin: E13, E11, E01, E00, E000, R20
hair: E79, E77, E74, E71
shorts: C9, C7, C5, C3
t-shirt: E08, R08, R05, R02
long sleeve shirt: BG15, BG13, BG11
shoes, headphones: E08, R08, R05, C9, C7, C5
coffee cup: E42, E41, E40, YG97, YG95
street sign: YG99, YG97, YG95, YG93
shadow: W9, W7, W5, W3, W1, W00, 0
card size: 4 1/4" x 5 1/2"

12 comments:

papertrails leaver said...

Alice this is perfect! Love the warm colors! Great card!

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

OHHH! I LOVE your coloring for Street Corner Josh--I just used him the other day and I wish I had your skill of coloring! LOVE this card too! FAB JOB!

Merry said...

He certainly does look very cool standing there....wonderful papers.

Karen B. said...

You make fantastic masculine/boy cards, I really enjoy seeing them.

BabyBokChoy said...

What a sweet little boy, lol, cute card!

Stephanie Kraft said...

Such a sweet card, Alice! Happy New Year!

Beate said...

What a great image and card. Of course your coloring rocks, as always.
Hugs and smiles

Virginia L. said...

Darling card, Alice!! You have captured the essence of this image!

Clare said...

Aw, SO cute! Love how Josh is colored, and the sewing on the border is a perfect touch!

alexandra s.m. said...

Lovely Alice!
TFS~

Danielle Lounds said...

Fantastic card Alice - love your coloring and the papers you used. :)

Sparkle Smith said...

Such an adorable card!

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