Thursday, December 5, 2013

Flourishes Flip It Sketch Challenge

 

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Welcome to the kick-off of our December releases! Today two of the Flourishes Design Teams are ushering in a challenge and YOU could walk away winning all of our new sets for December! Here’s how to get in on the fun. All you need to do is play in the…..Flip it Sketch Challenge! Next week we’ll be bringing you our December edition of new Flourishes Stamps, that we know you’ll love! Because we know you want a chance to win these great sets, We have two fantastic angled sketches for you to play with. All you need to do is pick one of them and create! Play in the challenge and you could win our whole December Release!  





Dec-Sketch2 THE OFFICIAL RULES:
  • Simply create a card or project inspired by either of the sketches.
  • Entries need to be in by Friday December 13 at 5 PM EST
  • Those entries using Flourishes Stamps will be counted twice
  • You must link your creation on our InLinkz Widgit to be counted
  • You must have a link to our challenge in your blog post or gallery post
  • Please DO NOT combine challenges from other sites or locations. Only those entries that don’t combine will be in the running. Because this challenge means winning new Flourishes sets we want to see your beautiful creations made specifically for this challenge.
  • If you upload to SCS please use the keyword FLLCDEC13A or FLLCDEC13B
  • We’ll announce the winners on Saturday in our Winner’s Circle Post here on the blog on Saturday December 14th, so check back then to find out if you are a winner!
I chose to use the set Grab a Cup today because I thought the cup of tea would fit beautifully with this sketch and the paper I wanted to use.  I stamped the image with Memento Tuxedo Black and colored it with Copics.  I then diecut it using the Perfectly Pierced Classic Window die set.  I also added a bit of sparkle with some prisma glitter, and a trio of Enamel Dots to the sentiment tab I took the liberty of adding at the top.
Thanks for stopping by today and we look forward to seeing what you create! We’ll see you here on Wednesday December 11th when our beautiful December Sneak Peeks start! Have fun creating! And now for some wonderful Sketchy Inspiration, our Design Teams have some great angles to show off to you:

Here are links to some of the Copic Collections I used:
http://shop.flourishes.org/Copic_Sketch_Copper_Collection_p/co%2049.htm
 http://shop.flourishes.org/Copic_Daffodil_Collection_p/co%2002.htm
 http://shop.flourishes.org/Copic_Sketch_Tonal_Neutrals_p/co%2042.htm

Thanks for stopping by today!
Have a wonderful weekend!
Happy Stamping!

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Stamps:  Grab a Cup (Flourishes)
Paper:  Flourishes Classic White, Cryogen White
Ink:  Tuxedo Black, Pumice Stone (Ranger)
Accessories:   Perfectly Pierced Classic Window die (Flourishes), Copics, Enamel Dots (Teresa Collins), Prisma Glitter, Quickie Glue Pen, Lace, Wrinkled Ribbon (Prairie Bird Boutique), Pearl, Sewing Machine

8 comments:

TLady said...

I AGREE!!!!!!! TEA tastes better with a friend! OR A HUBBY!!! :) LOOOOOOOOOOOVE your Shabby Chic Tea Card!!!!!!! It's PERFECT!!!! (I had Orange Scones with Raisins for Breakfast this morning! :) I had TEA on the brain this morning & wanting to try this new recipe! We'll FINISH them off this afternoon, my hubby & me! They go well with your card! ) :)

Allison Cope said...

Wonderful card Tosha! I love the use of the pierced die and your tea cup is super cute! Fabulous use of the sketch!

Donna Phelan said...

Ooooh LOVE your soft tones, and that slice of lemon is making me pucker! lol My Father In Law just sent us some wonderful Holiday Teas, they smell sooooo good. Merry Merry!

Marsha J Reed said...

Such a pretty card. Now I have to go make myself a cup of tea!

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

Shabby goodness... I like the feel of the tea and vintage goodness. Very sweet and beautiful.

Cindy Lawrence said...

Mmm, mmm, mmmmm....lovin' all the shabby goodness here, my sweet friend. It especially tastes better if I'm BUYING! *grin* I need bow-making lessons from you...love that fabulous, crinkled creation!

Cheryl said...

Oh, this is pretty! I LOVE all the distressing and the lace and seam binding add such a lovely feminine touch.

ChristineCreations said...

ooo SO pretty Tosh! I feel like I should be at a fancy tea party! Great shabby elements!

 
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