Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Birthday card for Dad from Cole (Unscripted Sketches #02)

Well I'm trying 2 new things today... a new sketch site and a new technique of printing a black and white photo onto Heavenly Blue textured CS. It turned out okay and I think my husband will like it. It's very different from anything I've done before and it's nice to go out of my box once in a while. :) I used a picture of my son from his birthday last August to wish his Dad a happy birthday... do you think it works okay?

You can find the sketch I used at Unscripted Sketches.

What I used (all CTMH unless otherwise noted):
Happy Birthday stamp set (retired, I think)
Classmate Alphabet stamp set
Black, White Daisy and textured Heavenly Blue CS
Heavenly Blue B&T (retired)
Black ink
1 3/4" circle punch (EK Success)
2" circle punch (Fiskars)
Polka dot ribbon (Walmart)
Pop-dots (other)
Make-up sponge (other)


Kelly said...

I have been following your work on CTMH and am a fan. I don't think you should worry about this- it is fantastic! How original to print a photo onto colored c/s.... Great job, Vicki!

Sarah said...

WOW i gotta try this...it looks totally amazing! It makes the card so personal. Love it.

April Hall said...

WOW, that came out great! I need to try that technique!

Steph said...

I think it's fabulous! I too will have to try this technique. Great take on this weeks sketch, thanks for joining us!! :)

itsabrt said...

Vicki, I so knew you'd leave me in amazement! Thanks for sharing you innovative technique with us ans please play again! BR-T

Penny said...

That's wicked neat@!!!! What a great idea! I'll have to try this!

Caryl P said...

I love the idea of printing a picture onto textured card stock. Great work with the sketch, thanks for playing!

Kim Burmeister said...

Vicki, I LOVE this card! I will have to try this. Great job!

Fink said...

Great job with the sketch! You did a wonderful job! Thanks for playing with us!

Anonymous said...

great technique! I used to do that when I paper scrapped. Thanks for sharing!


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