Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Atlantic Hearts Sketch 95

This week's sketch at Atlantic Hearts is one that can be simple or very detailed... I chose to create a very detailed project. My card is created of several layers and I have to say that the evening that I chose to work on this card was one where my brain and my hands decided not to co-operate with each other. It was one of those nights where my mind was on one wavelength but my hands were on another planet, I think... It ended up taking me almost 5 hours to finish this! I think we have all had those creative times when things just don't come together as easily as we would like - for example, it took me it took me forever to tape the edges of the fabric to create the bow - I ended up doing it four times in total to try and get it straight and even this piece didn't end up straight but I finally had to give in as it was past 2am at that time... 

So, here is the final project - I am pleased with how it finally turned out 
(even though I got to bed at 3am).

The card size is 6x6 inches. 


Come and show off your artwork this week at Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge.

Products used are Close To My Heart unless otherwise indicated:

Paper: Chantilly Paper Pack (ret.), White Daisy Cardstock, Cotton Candy Cardstock, Pear Cardstock, Ruby Cardstock, Buttercup Cardstock (ret.)
Stamps: Have a Happy Day
Inks: Pear
Accessories: Artiste Cartridge, Artbooking Cartridge, Chantilly Textiles (ret.), Sparkles Flourishes, Green Copic Marker (not CTMH), Pink Flower Button (ret.), Buttercup Waxy Flax (ret.), Foam Tape, Licorice Opaques (ret.)

Enjoy, 
Alyson


3 comments:

  1. Anything made with Chantilly is my favorite...GORGEOUS card!

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  2. Beautiful beautiful card... I LOVE that Chantilly paper and you really did it justice here... LOVE it!!

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  3. Lovely, bright and colorful card! Love the special touches!

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