Saturday, January 31

Basic Grey - Follow the sketch

Challenge 20 - Follow the Sketch
This week we have another sketch for you to follow, you can resize and even flip the sketch but please make sure that the original sketch can be recognized easily in your creations, feel free to also add any other embellishments etc to your creations and of course not forgetting to use at least one item from BasicGrey



Such a cute image and I have quite a few men's cards I need to make and thought this was just perfect for one... to remember being a little boy with his bucket full of water! I have coloured him with copics but the versafine ink has smudged a little may need to invest in better ink pad but it's the texture on the paper as it doesn't smudge on my other!

I didn't mean for the pieces to be quite so angled and they stuck fast before I could adjust them. I used grosgrain ribbon for one layer fixing with eyelets to the paper!



Materials:
Paper: Basic Grey - Granola, Heavy weight cartridge,
Stamps: Sugar Nellie - Simon in shorts,
Die's: Nestabilities - long rectangle,
Ink: Versafine black, colourbox - dark moss, copic markers, distress inks,
Other: BasicGrey - Boxer buttons, natural string, Grosgrain ribbon's, Eyelets and Big Bite, edge distresser, 3D foam,

Thanks for stopping by and you wonderful comments I will hope fully get time later to pop around all your blogs, Have a great Saturday, HuGs Kim x

22 comments:

Chris said...

A stunning card Kim, I really love how you interpreted the sketch, so clever! Love your colouring and those gorgeous papers. Chris x

Pascale said...

Great colouring and I like the jaunty angles it works brilliantly! Pascale:)

~amy~ said...

oy vey...I'm soooo lovin' the Sugar Nellie images...this one is tooo sweet teamed up with the Basic Grey!

Tara said...

Fab interpretation of the layout Kim, this is gorgeous! xx

TaraG said...

I love the angled papers...it is fabulous! The image is adorable too! Great BG papers and colours, Kim!!! I just love this card it has a bit of a vintage feel to it too!!! Stunning!
Hugs,t

Macpurp said...

this is lovely!
its cute and vintage too!
lovely match with papers.

love tina x

Boots the Monkey (Jo) said...

Hi ya Kim !

This is a gorgeous card for a little boy and I love the image, he is so cute ! I bought a little dewdrop of Memento ink and its fabby with ProMarkers so should be the same for Copics. I bought them from e-bay. Give me a shout if you want me to point you in the right direction !

I am also very pleased to hear that things stick fast for you too when they are too wonky - I have this problem ALL the time !!!

Hope you have a great weekend,

Hugs,

Jo x

Sammi said...

I love the colours!! Great sketch!!
Another super card :)

Tricia said...

such wonderful stamping and color combos Kim! Very nice! Loving the inspiration here!

Marcea said...

gorgeous card hun, love it!
-x-

Kelly Schelske said...

Fabulous Kim!! Love the papers!!

antheam said...

Lovely card Kim! I like how you have varied the sketch, and great coordination of papers. Hugs, Anthea xx

Rica said...

Gorgeous Kim - love your take on Martine's sketch. Super colours and I just love the two splashes of red - they really make the card 'pop'
hugs Heather xx

Jo said...

wow! this is just gorgeous, the stamped image and colouring looks fab with the pp :)

jo xx

Lisadwb said...

Great card, Love the colors.

Katy said...

Fab card Kim love the colours and the image colouring :)

xx

Helen said...

Fab boys card! Love the distressing & your take on the sketch!
Helen x

Catherine said...

love the image and love the PP that you use for this card :)

Chris said...

Kim I love the jaunty angles on your layers... call it a happy accident me thinks.
Love the boy papers and the fab image you coloured too :D
hugs
Chris xx
p.s. There's a little fun tag on my blog for you if you get time :D

Olena said...

Beautiful card! Love it! ~Olena~

Katie said...

Adorable :)

Hugs,
Katie

Bev said...

Absolutely stunning! Love the contrast of the blooms against the papers Kim.

hugs Bev x

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