Sunday, November 9, 2008

Taylored Expressions Sketch Challenge #41

This is the first time I've participated in Taylor's Sketch Challenge. I really had fun making this card. It's going to be mailed to a very special person. She reads my blog but I'm not naming her so hopefully she'll be pleasantly surprised when she gets it.

I picked up this House Mouse stamp months ago and forgot I had it!! It's a pretty old stamp...but it still inks up nicely! I have a lot to learn about coloring these images. I'm happy with how the card turned out.

Here's the sketch...

This is my card:

Supplies Used:

Image: House Mouse
Paper: Stampin Up Purely Pomegranate and Wild Wasabi; stamped on PTI Stampers Select.
Designer paper is Basic Grey Urban Prairie.
Ink: Ranger Archival, Stazon and Handsome Hunter
Accessories: Rectangle Nestabilites, Ribbon, Baubles, Copic Markers, Fiskars Threading Water Punch, corner rounder.

Tomorrow I will be spending the day with my family. My Aunt and Uncle are celebrating their 50th Wedding Anniversary! They are renewing their vows and then having a reception afterwards. I am looking forward to sharing this special day with them and my cousins and other family I don't get to see near enough. I hope you all have a great weekend!

Thanks for stopping by!!


Summer... said...

Yum, YUM! Those strawberries look delicious! What a cute card Monica! Gerat job! = )

Joana said...

absolutely stunning Monica , the image is so sweet

ScrappyPam said...

The card is beautiful! And I adore that image - great job!!

Danni said...

Super cute!

Sammi said...

Ooooh...this looks good enough to eat ... Great colouring!! Gorgeous card!!!

Suzy said...

SUCH a sweet card! That is one of my favorite stamps :) I love his little full tummy ha!


Lisadwb said...

How cute!! Gotta love House Mouse!! This one should be on the cover of a Magazine!! A true feast for the eyes.

Catherine said...

Monica, this is simply STUNNING!

Hope you have a great weekend!

Monika/Buzsy said...

What a great card! Loveteh cute image and the coloring. The Nestabilities die looks great with the main image. TFS!