a creative mind at work in the deep dark basement

Sunday, April 13, 2008

Technostamper's Monday Lunchtime Sketch Challenge #13

This week I decided that my first card was very bland, which there was nothing wrong with it; this sketch was such an easy one, I opted to step it up just a little.

Mary Jo's sketch is to the left, very simple. I really like it a lot and will definitely use it again and again.

The card in the middle was my 2nd card that I did, which I also used the color combo website to help me with the colors. The one on the right, I also did for a challenge on one of my groups which was to use Time Well Spent.

Card #2 Details:
Stamp Set: Friendship Blooms
Cardstock: Basic Black, Whisper White, Gable Green
Inks: Basic Black, Gable Green, Almost Amethyst, Tempting Turquoise
Accessories: Key Tag Punch, Rhinestone Brads, White Signo Gel Pen

Card #1 Details:
Stamp Set: Time Well Spent, Heartfelt Thanks
Cardstock: Cool Carribean, Pixie Pink, Basic Black
Inks: Basic Black, Cool Carribean, Pixie Pink
Accessories: Card is AMuse, aquapainter w/inks, key tag punch

Thanks for checking out my cards, make sure to look at Mary Jo's challenge, join in if you like or see what the others have created.


Claudia said...

I don't think your first card is bland - I actually love it!!

Stefanie said...

Great cards Kim! I really love the Friendship blooms one. The colors are so perfect and the way you did the sentiment in the keytag punch looks so cool!

MJ said...

Wonderfully done Kim -- I so agree that the sketch seemed just a bit TOO easy! Your cards are both beautiful and I agree with Claudia - the first one was not bland but awesome and springy! Thanks for playing Kim.

Lisa Somerville said...

Great cards Kim - love the Friendship Blooms one - the black really makes the card pop.

brenda taylor said...

Great Job Kim, 2 cards. I can't decide which one I like better

Charlotte said...

Wow Kim, you're on a roll. both cards are great! Can't decide which one I like best.

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Both are very pretty and very Spring!

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