Monday, August 17, 2009

Monday Lunchtime Sketch Challenge #83



I had fun with this one! When I looked at the sketch for the week, there was no question that I needed to do a little glazing...with paper! To do this card, I punched a variety of DSP (I chose Nouveau Chic) with my retired 3/4" square punch. I miss that one in the catalog! I adhered the pieces to a larger piece of Basic Gray cardstock and then used my versamark pad to completely cover the entire piece. Then I sprinkled Glassy Glaze over the entire thing and heated. I repeated that step three more times! All of the steps take a bit of time but worth it in the end. I would love to have a wall in my house like this!

I am using this as a wedding card for a couple who will have the last name beginning with a P.



This is a the sketch if you want to try it yourself. Remember a sketch is just a starting point. MJ provided a square sketch but I made mine rectangular. Click HERE for MJ's blog and to see what others have done with the sketch.

Card Recipe:
Stamp sets: Monogram Sweet, Pocket Silhouettes
Ink: Basic Gray, Apricot Appeal
Paper: Nouveau Chic DSP, Sage Shadow, Basic Gray, Whisper White
Other: Basic Gray Taffeta Ribbon, 1 3/4" and 1 3/8" circle punches, SNAIL adhesive, Stampin' Dimensionals, Glassy Glaze Embossing Powder, Heat Tool.

4 comments:

Basement Stamper said...

Stunning card Lisa!! I love that glossy glaze over it, and I would love a wall like that in my house too!

MJ said...

Man oh man this is stunning! My jaw dropped when the screen opened. Wowzers, I love it. Thanks for playing.

Charlotte said...

Wow! This is so pretty and elegant. Love the glazing you added to make this card POP! Great job!!

Lisa Somerville said...

Beautiful Lis - I'd love to have tiles like this in my kithcen too!