07 July 2009

It's Twinkling Tuesday!

Have you heard the news? I'm have returned to the Twinkling Tuesday Team! *YAY* These girls are so much fun, and so are the sketches and inspiration everyone comes up with!

Today's guest designer is Jack Diedrich, Madelynn's brother. He drew a whopper of a sketch, and it kind of stumped me. I had to simplify my card a bit, lol.

My card base is Cranberry Crisp, and my next layer is Really Rust. My dp is by Prima. I stamped my flowers from SNSS in Cranberry Crisp, and my sentiment from SU in Really Rust.

At the bottom of the card, I punched large hole and faux stitched with a gold gel pen. I added some dark cranberry ribbon to the dp panel, and left it alone. It isn't quite as intricate as Jack's sketch, but I like it! So thanks for the inspiration Jack!

Be sure to stop by Madelynn's blog to see the featured stamper for this week. And on the left hand sidebar of my blog are links to all of the other super talented ladies who play along as well - so be sure to check them out!

If you play along with us and upload to SCS or PCP, please be sure to use the keyword MTTSC30, so we can sprinkle some love. Or, you could just link your pic back here, in the comment section!

7 comments:

Danni said...

Yay, your blog appeared in my reader!!
I like your card, such warm pretty colors!

Heather said...

Great job on this weeks Sketch Taylor!!! Glad to have you back on the team!!!

Heather

the whimsical butterfly said...

Supery dupery cute! :) Love that DP-I used the last of mine a few mos ago but love looking at it! Welcome back :)

Natalie said...

I just love that stamp you used! Great combination of warm colors. Beautiful card, Taylor!

Darla said...

I love your interpretation of the sketch Taylor! Great job. The colors go great together - I don't know that I would have paired them, but when I look at it, it's beautiful! Welcome back to the team!

Summerthyme Studio said...

This is BeautifuL! So Elegant in and one of my favourite colour combos!!!


Vicki

Lisa said...

So lovely! I love the rustic flair you gave it with your color scheme and technique. Beautiful job on this challenge =D