JAI # 67 – Sketch Challenge

It’s time for another Just Add Ink Sketch Challenge.  Hmmmm – I really went outside of my comfort zone for this one…….. Here is is Sketch

And this is what I did with it……

I used Riding Hood Red and Crumb Cake Card, with the Love Letter DS.  I Black Embossed the swirly stamp from Baroque Motifs and then did a Brick Wall Technique.  Here’s a close up. 

You can do so much with this Sketch – as you can see on the Just Add Ink Web Site here.


10 Responses to JAI # 67 – Sketch Challenge

  1. Mae Collins says:

    Love your take on the sketch and that brick wall technique is an interesting one with the flourish. Always inspiring to see something different.

  2. Melissa says:

    a great card, and I love the rosette, looks terrific.

  3. Kathy Tanner says:

    Great technique. I love your flower too.

  4. Delys says:

    must try this tecnique out too its very cool! Lovely lovely card Chantell!

  5. Kim Badelt says:

    This is a pretty clever take on the sketch Chantell! Great idea to use the flourish and I love the colours!

  6. This is a stunning card. Must try that brick wall technique as it’s really effective. Love your colour choice too.

  7. I love that you have used so many different techniques on this Chantell, love the brickwork effect and your awesome flower.

  8. liamp says:

    I love the use of the sketch for this card. Love the rosette with the colour combo. Beautiful job.


  9. Richelle says:

    This is so dramatic! Love how eyecatching it is! Off for a long overdue stickybeak at the rest of your blog as I haven’t been visiting for ages 🙂

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