Saturday, August 29, 2009

Get Sketchy challenge #3

I am feeling a lot better today so I decided to branch out and do some other challenges and I had been meaning to do Get Sketchy's challenges since the beginning but you know sickness waits for nobody!!! So here it is the third challenge in and I am finally well enough to join in. This is the sketch that we were to follow this week.




And this is my interpretation of the above sketch. I hope you like it, it's a little different for me but I think I like it. The more I look at it the more I am digging it lol. Of course the sentiment is computer generated from my head (messy place that), that beautiful black lace and the butterfly stamp are from Sherry, (thankyou again Sherry).

Okay enough waffling for today. That is it from me.
In the meantime. . .
Walk about your day with beauty.
The Gypsy

Supplies: SU Kraft, More Mustard and Very Vanilla cardstock. Basic Grey designer paper. Kaisercraft pearls. Ranger Distress Inks. Cricut Storybook cartridge for scallop oval. Butterfly stamp and black lace from Sherry. Cuttlebug Victorian Embossing Folder.

6 comments:

Liszha said...[Reply to comment]

I like your vintage style used in this card. Just lovely.
Thanks for giving our sketch a try!
Hugs,
Lisette

Rose said...[Reply to comment]

fantastic girl!!! love that lace and so glad your back to normal (what's normal to you that is LOL) the wild card cart is a great one to have as it has a lot of cuts you can use other than the card base and envies. storybook and paper dolls dress up are the same...lots of cuts :) now i must go to the store and find sports balls for todays challenge on 365. we have no sports fan in the house! lucky me dh doesnt watch sports :)

Bree said...[Reply to comment]

Lovin that butterfly... love all the elements
Thanks for playing GETSKETCHY!

~amy~ said...[Reply to comment]

Oh Michelle...this turned out GORGEOUS!!!!!!! I absolutely love it!!! Thanks for playing with us over at Get Sketchy!

Dora said...[Reply to comment]

Beautiful card, love the butterfly and that sentiment really touches my heart!
thnx for playing!

Deanne K said...[Reply to comment]

What a beautiful card! You did a super job!