Tuesday, 9 October 2018

Autumnal Get Well Card for TMS 474

Hello Everyone,

Checking out some of the crafty blogs I follow this morning I spotted the latest challenge on Tuesday Morning Sketches, liked the sketch and thought I'd have a go. This is my interpretation of this week's sketch - #474.
Here's the sketch.
It's simple, as you can see, but then it has to be for me - I try not to do complicated!

Materials used:

  • a white square card blank, 13.5 x 13.5cm, Papermania by Docrafts
  • a bunch of scraps of cardstock and patterned paper leftover from scrapbooking projects trimmed down to a variety of squares, etc.
  • the smallest die from an 8-piece set from The Works
  • stamps from two sets - the rabbit from the Forest Magic (a set that came free with a magazine) and the sentiment from Clear Impressions' Wild & Free set from an issue of Get Stamping Magazine
  • Memento Rich Cocoa ink pad
  • dark brown and light orange enamel dots. 

This is a lovely challenge. The sketch lends it to all sorts of interpretations - have a look at what the TMS DT members have created over on the TMS challenge blog for more inspiration.
Take care and have a lovely evening.

5 comments:

  1. This is great! I love that you added a few square elements to the focal square. That bunny is so cute. Wonderful get well card. Thank you for joining us at Tuesday Morning Sketches.

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  2. Super interpretation of the sketch Elizabeth, love the bright papers and the woodland images, Kate x

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  3. Super card, Elizabeth, I love the papers and the cute little rabbit. xx

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  4. Gorgoeus such a pretty design Love and hugs Carole x

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  5. Lovely get well card! Like Melissa, I like the extra squares!
    Thanks for playing along with us at Tuesday Morning Sketches
    Debbie ~ TMS DT
    Debbie's Dash of This and That

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