Monday, August 15, 2011


Hi all!  Are you ready for another Woodware USA challenge?  This week, we're using another fabulous sketch made by Kerry:

I've been gearing up for Christmas lately, and I interpreted the sketch as an ornament, so I pulled out my Traditional Christmas Greetings set and started off with the wreath.  I colored that with my Copics and then stamped the "merry" sentiment with Cranberry Colorbox ink in a circle.  I layered that on some scraps from my Christmas stash- love using them up!  :)  For the bunched up ribbon, I ran some adhesive from the circle to the top of the card, and then kept bunching up the ribbon in a messy pleat.  It was easy to do but adds a whimsical touch.  To finish off the card I added a bow instead of a star.  I'm not sure if it wound up looking like an ornament, but I love the way this card turned out!  We'd love to see your interpretation of Kerry's sketch- link up here:

Thanks for stopping by!
-Suzanne :O )

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thestampingbug said...

Such a beautiful card! Isn't it interesting that we both wanted to wrinkle/ruffle our ribbon treatment? I think it works so well with the sketch and really puts a lot of focus right there on that "ornament". BEAUTIFUL!!!


Nancy said...

Suzanne, this is just gorgeous! I love the crinkly of the ribbon, and you have outdone yourself with this sketch!!

*Alison* said...

Love how you have the ribbon coming down..what a great touch! :) hugs

Harriet Skelly said...

Wow Suzanne this card is gorgeous - I absolutely love that ribbon treatment!!

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