Friday, 31 August 2012

AnnaBelle Sketch Time



It's sketch time at AnnaBelle Stamps, with the Belle's using various Silhouette sets for our projects. Hope you can join us again this week.


Here's the prize for one lucky person:




I've flipped the sketch to make a gift pouch which measures 3.75" x 4.5". AnnaBelle's gingham from BBD 7 decorates the smooth white card and Squared Mother's Day  provides the focal point. 
Inside the pouch fits a little 3.5" x 4"card, made to hold a gift voucher.

I followed Marion's video tutorial at Stamp Embellish Create to mask and sponge the centre of the card and stamped one of the many silhouettes from Garden Silhouettes  as the main image.

To play along link your card at the AnnaBelle Stamps blog or add it to the gallery at S E C adding the tag ac053. 

Have you visited the NEW LOOK  AnnaBelle Stamps Store? Andrea has been very busy re-designing things over there........Go take a look!
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13 comments:

Patti J said...

You are SO clever! Great idea to flip the sketch and create such a fun project! Beautiful, too! Thanks for sharing :)

lostinpaper said...

Perfect Sue! What a fabulous take on the sketch! LOVE this colour combo and the gingham.... yummy!

Lorraine said...

Love the colours Sue and the way you have flipped the sketch great idea x

CraftieConnie said...

oooo so cute, lovely way to present a gift card!

Victoria said...

Love how you've done the sentiment on the card and the pouch is great - what a stylish way to present a voucher!

Sue said...

These are brilliant Sue, what an awesome take on the sketch, what a clever bunny you are! :)

Olga said...

WOW! Gorgeous and fantastic sketch!!

Mary Anne / MA54K said...

That was a great tutorial, Sue. Thanks for sharing it with us. Your card and case are lovely!

Marcia said...

I'm in love Sue!!! The colours, the creation, the beauty. You are way too clever!

Robyn said...

FABULOUS Sue!! What a clever idea for the sketch! I LOVE your gingham design card stock- looks like BBD7 might have to find its way into my new craft room!

Marion said...

Fabulous Sue! I love the idea of the pouch and your sponging looks fabulous! Maybe inking will become your 'thing' soon. Looks fab!

Judy said...

I was unable to find the video tutorial.

Sue W said...

Judy, members of Stamp Embellish Create can find Marion's Video on masking and sponging at the following link:
http://stampembellishcreate.ning.com/profiles/blogs/topical-tuesday-030-masking-and-distress-ink-blending-video