Thursday, December 10, 2009

It's Limelight Sketch Day!!!

{this is post #1 of 2 for today. My Unity post will be up at 10:00 am}

You all know that I LOVE working from sketches so to be able to do this twice a month with the Limelight Papercrafts Chicks is so fun! Here is today's sketch...
...and today our product focus is GLiTTeR!!!

The Deets:
**Use the sketch above and try to incorporate your favorite GLITTER!!
**Key word for SCS upload is LLPC036.

**Post a comment with a link to your card on the Limelight Papercrafts blog on the challenge post
by Sunday, December 13, at midnight (or before winner is drawn Monday a.m.).
**PRIZE ~ One lucky winner will receive a container of Stampendous Apple Red glitter AND a container of Moonstone Sparkle Fibers!

Going shopping?

I elongated the sketch so that I could use an oval (which very conveniently held my stamped image.) ;o)
The glitter on this is very subtle (the dots on the scallop around the edge of the stamped oval layer,) but I like it that way. It adds a bit of dimension without being in your face with all the shimmer and since this card is for DH, not being too shimmery is a good thing...

Supplies used:
*Unity Stamp Co. Dec Store Kit- Sweet Affections
*Kaiser Craft Flutterby papers
*watercolor pencils
*Nestabilities oval die cut
*white ribbon
*fiskars border punch

Be sure to check out what the rest of the Limelight team has done with this challenge:

8 comments:

Mandy said...

This is fantastic; I love the oval!! :) Great job with the sketch. :)

Lisa H. said...

soooooo cute and perfect! love that you enlongated the sketch, looks fab!

JenMarie said...

Oh such cuteness!!

Amy said...

So pretty! I love the colors you used!!

Julie said...

Very nice!

Sandy said...

Hey Christi, love all the colors and cards!! Hope you are doing well and keeping warm up there!! Have a great weekend.
Sandy

Ashley Nguyen Newell said...

What a sweet card!

dahlhousedesigns said...

Oh you rebel... rocking it out with an oval! You rock!

Lisa A.

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