Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Seize the Sketch #14 reminder!


We're nearly halfway through the linky for Seize the Sketch #14, and we've got some new ideas from the design team for you!

This is one of those cards that came out just as I'd pictured it in my head - happy monkey clapping! - and is completely different from my first take on the sketch. You've got to love that versatility in a layout. 


Supplies: Shabby Shutters distress ink; papers from MME; sentiment stamps from Hero Arts; large medallion stamp from Stampendous; butterfly veneers from Studio Calico; kraft twine from Paper Smooches

Here's the sketch - you've got until Sunday March 2 to link up your creation:


Head on over to the Seize the Sketch blog to see who else is sharing some eye candy today!


xoxo,
Jessi

13 comments:

~Tammy~ said...

This is so beautiful! Oh I can't wait to get crafty again. This has been a slow recovery. Anything posted was already complete (thank goodness I worked so far ahead).

Love the butterfly and the beautiful flourish stamps in the background.

Julia Aston said...

What a pretty card with the grid papers and wooden butterflies!

jimlynn said...

Beautiful!!! Love the muted colors and those wonderful layered butterflies.
Lynn

Princess Judy Palmer said...

I like this! Great idea to turn the sketch sideways. It works that way so much better. What a nice delicate nature card.

Lindsey said...

Ooh, pretty pretty. Perfect in the neutral tones you picked.

Dana said...

Oh, oh,!!! gorgeous!! I love LOVE the circle background peeking out above, to the side and below the rectangle!! And great idea, layering the butterflies!! Amazing card!!

Greta said...

Love this take on the sketch, Jessi! The double wood butterflies are a wonderful embellishment!

Lori said...

Oh so pretty! Love the mix of neutral colors along with the wood veneer pieces and rustic twine.

lostinpaper said...

So so pretty Jessi,love those stacked butterflies!

Barbara Godden said...

Very pretty card, great use of the sketch, it's a very nice one too.

Debbie said...

Yay for it turning out as you pictured!! It's beautiful!! Love the butterflies!

Joni nina Andaya said...

So Pretty with the monochromatic look! Love this so much!

~amy~ said...

This is gorgeous!