Good Morning! I hope y’all have had a nice holiday weekend. Let’s get right to the JBWW Challenge today. Last week we had a request for a sketch. So, since it is my week to host the challenge, I came up with a sketch for you. Please remember to post a link of your finished card here or on Jeanne’s blog, Inky Paws, and if you upload to your SCS Gallery, please use keyword JBWW.

JBWW Sketch #4

I’ve posted a sample below. If you are a Splitcoast Fan Club Member, you will be able to see the first card that I did with this sketch here. I thought it would be fun to try this sketch again, and to see what your interpretations would be.

I decided to use a stamp from Rubbernecker today. We have anticipated the opening of Rubbernecker’s new site all weekend, and are just as anxious for the site to open as you are. The Design Team has been waiting in the wings and are so anxious to show you what they’ve been working on. The image was stamped on Georgia Pacific white cardstock and colored with Copic Markers. It’s very hard to tell the photo, but the stars on the ladies scarf, the dots on her hat and the man’s bow tie and buttons are colored with a gold Spica maker. The snowflakes have been highlighted with a Sakura Stardust pen. The edges of the image and the sentiment were sponged with Old Paper distress ink and then highlighted with Walnut Stain distress ink. The edges of the background panels, BasicGrey Figgy, were sponged with the Walnut Stain distress ink and then sewn to a panel of River Rock. The circle was cut out using a Coluzzle and the edges were distressed. To make the edges curl more, I sprayed with paper with water, and then took my scissors to scrape along the edges. Before the edges dried, I curled the distressed area with my fingers, working the paper in toward the middle. Once the circle was completely dry, the edges were sponged with Walnut Stain distress in. This panel was then sewn to the background panel. Once I had finished assembling the card, I added Tulip White Puffy Paint for the snow, and used my heat gun to make it puff up.

Snow Couple JBWW

Stamps: K-1210 Snow People and Holiday Greeting Sentiment by Rubbernecker Stamps

Paper: Georgia Pacific White, River Rock, Artichoke, BasicGrey Figgy

Ink: Adirondack Espresso, Tim Holtz Ranger Old Paper and Walnut Stain Distress Inks

Accessories: Copic Markers, Sewing Machine, Gold Spica Marker, Sakura Stardust Pen, Coluzzle, Single Stitched Ribbon, Sponge Dauber, Mounting Tape, Tulip White Puffy Paint, Heat Gun

15 Responses to “JBWW Challenge – Sketch #4”

  1. Oh, come on! This is so absolutely adorably cute and fantastic I can hardly stand it! What a great sketch! I love the tag and the papers (which I just cracked open tonight). LOVE this!

  2. Beautiful!!! Love those snowpeeps!!!

  3. Fantastic card! Great sketch! Love it!

  4. Darling card, Sherry! They are the cutest snowpeople.

  5. So cute! Those snowmen better not get too close to the fire.

  6. Here’s mine, Sherry! Great sketch and made me move out of my two layer card box.

  7. This card is too cute Sherry. I love that stamp.

  8. Sooooooo cute!

  9. Oh what fun paper and ribbons — adorable — love it!!!

  10. I LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  11. Oh my! This is fantastic! Love everything about it! Great layout, Sherry! Hope I get a chance to do your challenge!

  12. Those snowmen are so cute, and I love the papers and whole composition!

  13. This was such a great layout to play around with, Sherry! Here is what I came up with. Thanks for hosting the challenge.

    http://bouncyflouncyfunfunfun.blogspot.com/2007/11/just-because-we-wanna-challenge.html

  14. Sherry, thanks for posting such a great sketch. Keep up the great work!

    Care to see my card? http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/737843?cat=500&ppuser=87307

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