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Monday, May 18, 2009

Technostampers Monday Lunchtime Sketch Challenge

70 weeks of challenges! This weeks Technostampers Monday Lunchtime sketch was one I was ready to sit down for and then never got it finished on time. I hate when I have ideas just swarming in my head but then when I sit down to get them on to paper...NOTHING!

Well, this morning I spent a good 3+ hours at the Dr. to confirm what we had a feeling about, Tristan with a broken arm. It actually happened last week but the x-rays didn't show anything. This week it clearly showed a fracture so a cast went on...not good for the start of summertime!

I didn't do any stamping on this card!!!! I used some awesome new Luxe paper I bought on Mother's Day and combined it with some On Board Blossoms & Basics chipboard. I also made this card for the Use It! Challenge #10 (monochromatic, chipboard, rub-ons).

Hope you enjoy the variation of the sketch I did and if you would like to join, please post to Mr. Linky on MJ's site.



Card details:
Cardstock: Basic Black, Whisper White, Luxe Classic Black II Cellular Toys
Ink: Black Craft pad for sponging
Accessories: Black twine, Mark Richards Metal stickers, On Board Blossoms & Basics chipboard, dimensionals

7 comments:

Margaret R said...

No stamping? How very clever of you!! Attractive design with the black, white and chipboard, and the stars with metal centers are a great idea!

Lisa Bohler said...

I absolutely love what you did with the DSP and the string to connect your stars! Darling!

MJ said...

Great card! I love the black and white and the way you did the stars. Poor Tristan what a lousy time for a cast. Yikes.

rae said...

Kim! this is absolutely gorgeous!! love the way you used the Use It! challenge here... thanks SO much for playing along this week!
hugs & ♥♥♥~
rae

Tonya said...

Super cool card! I love the black and white, and the sketch. Great job and thanks for sharing!

Suzanne :O ) said...

fun card! I love the doodling and the stars! :D

Kristen said...

Great card kim. Love the DP.

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