Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Circle Scene

It's time for our Wednesday challenge over at The House That Stamps Built. Since there are five Wednesday's in August we get to do a sketch!!

I like to challenge myself to "stretch the sketch" rather than using it I used sponging for both the strip behind the circles and the large square element. I'd love to see your interpretation so be sure to come by and link up to the party this week!

To create my card I:

  • sponged Seedless Preserves/Victorian Velvet/Salty Ocean Distress Ink through a Recollections Stencil onto a piece of white card stock
  • die cut three circles using the Circle Nestabilities (Spellbinders)
    • inked up my circles with the above distress inks - masking off the moon for the top circle
  • stamped the following stamps into my cirlces with Tuxedo Black Ink Memento
  • layered my circles on purple Scallop Circle Nestabilities (Spellbinders)
  • stamped a sentiment from Plate 9900 in black ink
  • matted my panel on dark purple card stock and attached it to my white card front

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Check out what the other design team members created: 


Glittered Paws said...

Oh love your take on this sketch and the combination of your focal images is perfect. Great job. Love your photo layout. I think you should do a POTW on how to enhance your cards with photo. LOL

Donna said...

Fabulous card Esther, great interpretation of the sketch and I always look forward to your fabulous photography and props!

Conniecrafter said...

Oh wow this is stunning, I so love the color combo and how you used it in the stenciling and then in the scene's!!

Laurie Unger said...

Wonderful take on this weeks sketch challenge! Love your coloring on the mini scenes you created.

Heather said...

Beautiful! Love the colors and what a great way to interpret the sketch!