Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Completely Unscripted Wednesday

The card for today is made possible by my daughter who is home sick, thereby giving me time to stay home and stamp! Since my plans have all changed for the day I thought it was only appropriate to do an Unscripted sketch. :)
halloween card in Stampin' Up!'s In Colors

stamps: two that I've had for years. Bought the skeleton to stamp on kids' hands at a preschool party 9 years ago and the face I actually bought to use as coffee beans for a project a couple years ago!
cardstock: Stampin' Up!s basic black, rich razzleberry, crushed curry, and whisper white
ink: rich razzleberry (pad and marker*), basic black
accessory: crushed curry polka-dot grosgrain ribbon
Halloween Card close-up showing Stampin' Up! rich razzleberry marker and cardstock

  • A little "connect the dots" doodling adds just enough detail to the background. Using the rich razzleberry marker on the same color cardstock keeps it from standing out too much.
  • the face is popped up on Stampin' dimensionals for extra emphasis
  • the card is 5-5/8"x5-1/2", nearly square!

Blog Candy** Question:

Which is your favorite Stampin' Up! halloween set? They are in the catalog and idea book pages 20-26. Click here to see the catalog in pdf form.

Thanks for stopping by!



Eugene said...

Talk about a fun card, Tasha, you did it! Took your daughter to bring it out in you! Lol. Too many little pieces for me, but stamped on neatly. Congrats!
Cool cardin',

Dawn said...

Oh this is so fun, what a great way to use this great sketch.Sorry your daughter is home sick to enable you to make this card, but what a great one.Thanks for playing with US this week.

itsabrt said...

Oh Tasha this is fantastic! Beth

Marcy said...

HAHA I love this card. So cute!
Thanks for playing along with US this week.

Sarah said...

Tasha this is so cool!!! What an original idea and great take on this weeks sketch!
Thanks for always playing along!

Liz said...

I enjoy your work each week great idea and take on the sketch

Steph said...

Oh my gosh, this is fan-freaking-tastic! Those skeletons are fabulous! I'm always so excited to see what you'll come up with each week. Love this Tasha!!-