It seems as if I was missing my mojo for a minute here. I've been putting off working on this week's 2 Sketches 4 You
sketch because I could not figure out which direction to take this card. You would think that having a sketch would make things more simple. That's a good assessment however, this week the prize and sponsor is the Scor-it
And I've discovered that I am not the only one who'd like to have this as one of their craft tools. Well since the ante is so high, so is the creativity. I scouted out some of my competition and decided that I would rather take this week off - especially after making the Fab 5 last week; then I thought better of it and here I am in the thick of the quest for a Scor-it. May this week's craftiest crafter win.
I like this card w/it's weathered look but w/a touch of 'pretty'.
Thanks for looking ... here's what I used:
cardstock: Bazzill and Die Cuts With A View (DCWV)
patterned paper: K&Co. and Basic Grey
stamps: Studio G/Michaels $1 (girlfriends) and Autumn Leaves/Rhonna Farrer (flourish)
charm: Making Memories
twine: Crafts Etc.
pearls: Mark Richards
embossing powder: Ranger and Joann
ink: VersaMark and Tim Holtz/Ranger
other: distresser and sewing machine
Labels: 2 sketches 4 you, acrylic stamps, basic grey, bazzill, card, card sketch, DCWV, joanns, K and Co., making memories, michaels, ranger ink, rhonna farrer, scor-it, sewing, studio G, versamark