Friday, 6 November 2009

Cupcake Craft Challenge #64

Sketches are like recipes and I love recipes. I came across a particular nice one set by Caryn for the Cupcake Craft Challenge #64:

My sketch interpretation:


Supplies:
* a square white card
* covered with a snowscene paper downloaded from the web (cannot remember from where)
* 3 length of stripes of dark blue plain paper and Hot of the Press 'Snowflakes'
* the centre was created by cutting a dark blue plain paper square and layering it with a stamped image (Elzybells 'A Winter Song', coloured with Koh-i-noors and OMS, glitter from Stickles 'Frosted Lace'), a white embossed card frame (Cuttlebug embossing folder 'Swiss Dots'), a very thin square frame (Hot of the Press 'Snowflakes') and lots of tiny glittery snowflakes (punch: Woodware, Stickles 'Frosted Lace')
* the butterfly of the sketch turned into a double snowflake with a felted brad in the middle (punch: Sizzix 'Holidays', brad: Woodware)

Enjoy, Petra.

6 comments:

The Crafty Den said...

Hi Petra, what a stunning card. I love the cute image and your colouring is fab. The colour scheme is gorgeous and the embossed frame looks amazing. Great embellishments and love the penguin paper! Thanks for joining us at cupcake craft challenge this week. Hugs, Denise x

Mary J said...

Really beautiful - that blue with white is sooo vibrant - fab job!!

Tammy said...

Very cute take on this weeks sketch. Thanks for playing along with us at CCC

Liza said...

A gorgeous card and a great take on this week's sketch. Thanks for joining us at CCC.

Liza x

POPPET said...

This is a really FAB card, a fantastic take on the sketch, thanks for joining us at Cupcake this week, hugs pops x x x

Caryn said...

Just stunning, I love how you made it so textured.
Thanks for joining us at CCC this week.

Hugs,
Caryn xxx

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