Friday, April 13, 2012

Uniko Studio and Freshly Made Sketches

I missed the deadline for Beverley's challenge on the Uniko Studio blog, but here is the card I created with her free downloadable patterned paper.


I used this week's Freshly Made Sketch.

I pulled out some Coredinations to match the blue in the patterned paper. The sentiment panel was made up with an Inverted Scalloped Circle Spellbinders die. I snipped off the points to make it appear more cog-like, going with the embossed (and sanded) background.

The sentiment is Paper Smooches and after stamping it in red, I very lightly/roughly stamped it multiple times in a light blue-gray ink.

Thanks for peeking!


{Supplies}
  • Cardstock: blue (Coredinations), Smokey Shadow, White (Papertrey Ink)
  • Patterned Paper: (Uniko Studio)
  • Stamps: Good Gab (Paper Smooches)
  • Ink: Memento Aspen Mist (Tsukineko), Pure Poppy (Papertrey Ink)
  • Dies: Circles and Inverted Scalloped Circles (Spellbinders)
  • Other Tools: Clockworks embossing folder (Provo Craft), Tim Holtz sanding block (Ranger)

5 comments:

Beverley said...

FAB card Dana, I'm sorry you missed the deadline. I love the embossed background it pairs so nicely with the paper. Thank you for taking the TIME to join in & your support for Uniko Studio. The participants will each receive a lil something via email after the next release as a THANK YOU for joining in, so I will include you in that too. Hugs Bev xx

Kathy @ Stamping Still said...

The sentiment panel does look like a cog Dana, it's wonderful. Love the embossing and sanding of the background too. This is a fantastic "guys card". Thanks for playing along with us at Freshly Made Sketches this week.

Karen B. said...

Dana this is just beautiful! The blue background looks completely amazing!

Tui Nathan said...

What a great card ... your background embossing is super, the snowflakes and sentiment is like ... totally cool!
Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches!!!

Cindy Hall said...

Great job with the sketch! I especially like how sanding the embossed paper really makes the design pop. Thanks for sharing with us at Freshly Made Sketches!