Saturday, June 4, 2011

Cupcake Anya... Deconstructed Sketch

Hello!  I have a cute card to share with you tonight... thanks to the fabulous sketch at Deconstructing Jen!  I didn't want to cover the pretty patterned paper with a flat colour, so I used vellum instead.  I really love the effect vellum gives to soften patterned paper.

I'm still working on the right combination of colours to achieve blonde hair with my Prismacolour pencils.

And of course, I had to use seam binding.  :-)

Here are the challenges I'm entering...

The Deconstructed Sketch No. 4

Thanks for stopping by!

Stamp sets - Greeting Farm - Cupcake Anya
Cardstock - White Cambric Linen, K&Company patterned paper, Whisper White, Not Quite Navy, Vellum
Inks - Ranger Distress Black, Prismacolour pencils
Accessories - Navy Seam Binding, dimenionals, OMS, blending stumps, rhinestones

June 23, Edited to add:

Wow!  So excited to have received an Honorable Hoot for this card from Wee Memories!  Thanks so much!



  1. This is so pretty! The vellum really bring the extra touch, adorable! Thanks so much for joining us at Wee Memories this week.

  2. Seriously cute! Love that vellum layer. Great to see you getting back in the swing of all things crafty :o)

  3. Beautiful bow!!!! I'm going to have to go check out your tutorials to see if one of them is "bows." I love the binding tape idea.

  4. Brilliant idea to use the vellum! I just LOVE this!! Thanks for using this week's Deconstructed Sketch!

  5. Aww, how sweet!! Love your coloring & great idea for the vellum :) Thanks for playing at the Ribbon Carousel!

  6. This is awesome! Love how you did the ribbon. Thank you for joining us at Wee Memories. :)

  7. I love what you have done!
    Thanks so much for playing at Wee Memories and the Ribbon Carousel.