Hi, everyone, it’s time for another Sweet Sunday Sketch Challenge! Karen has a fun sketch for us today—one that I flipped and made my own :)
So, I was channeling van Gogh with this card, LOL! I started with a Sweet Tooth card stock base, added a strip of Dots & Stripes Sorbet Paper Pack paper, then, on a piece of Ranger watercolor paper, I applies Orange Fizz dye ink and Daffodil dye through Concentric Circle Grid Stencil fading out to a solid Blueberry dye ink wash. I adhered that to the card base and added the sentiment, from Label Maker Sentiments and Label Tape Die-namics, popped up on foam mounting tape. To add the wide strip element, I stenciled on some embossing paste that I colored with Brick Red dye ink and Orange Fizz dye ink through Small Brick Wall Stencil onto Grout Gray card stock. I popped that up on foam and added a Streetlights Die-namics, made with Safety Orange card stock and Black Licorice card stock. The “light” was made by coloring flames on Daffodil card stock with a Copic marker.
And that’s it! I do love my van Gogh look and hope you do too! Thanks for stopping by! See you soon!
Stamps: Label Maker Sentiments (MFT)
Ink: Orange Fizz dye ink, Daffodil dye ink, Blueberry dye ink, Brick Red dye ink, Black Licorice dye ink (MFT)
Paper: Sweet Tooth card stock, Grout Gray card stock, Safety Orange card stock, Black Licorice card stock, Daffodil card stock, Dots & Stripes Sorbet Paper Pack, Ranger Watercolor paper (MFT)
Accessories/tools: Vagabond; Label Tape Die-namics, Streetlights Die-namics, Small Brick Wall Stencil, Concentric Circle Grid Stencil, foam mounting tape, medium water brush (MFT); embossing paste, Copic marker
Like how you interpreted that sketch challenge. I never would have thought of that. The brick, street light and concentric circles stencil came together so well.ReplyDelete
Absolutely stunning Bar! I could never create something like this. Well not without a class or two. lol! Thanks for the inspiration. :)ReplyDelete
This is AMAZING!! I don't think I could send this but would frame it like a piece of art. FABULOUS DESIGN!!ReplyDelete
Fabulous Barbara! Love how you used the stencils and made this real life scene!ReplyDelete