Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Tuesday Morning Sketches #253 - All Debbie!

Good morning! Our teammate Debbie is this week's go-to gal - she designed the sketch, and she's our sponsor :) Yay Debbie! (oh, and um, can I win the prize? THX!) As you know, once a month at Tuesday Morning Sketches we want you to follow a TWIST as well as the sketch, and this time around the twist is: MASCULINE.


Supplies: pre-coloured car digi from CDS; Amy R sentiment; Memento Tuxedo Black ink; Doodlebug twine

To get the twine wrap to stay evenly spaced, I cut it into strips & used tape to secure each separate strand. 

Here's the sketch:

This sketch is open until next Sunday, June 15th - be sure to hop around & see what the rest of the team created!


Kris 

xoxo,
Jessi



13 comments:

Andrea W said...

LOVE the blue and the awesome car image. Fantastic Father's Day card!

jimlynn said...

COOL looking!! Any guy would love this one Jessi. Love that sketch too!
Lynn

lostinpaper said...

Thanks for the twine tip, it looks FAB!

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Lindsey said...

I'm impressed that you found cardstock to match the image... never seems to work that way for me. :D Terrific guy card!

Barbara Godden said...

Super cool card, great take on the sketch.

Chris D. said...

Lindsey said the exact thing I was going to say about the perfect color match! LOL! Fabbo card, Jessi!

Notes by Nina said...

Fabulous card Jessi, I love the vibrant blue with the black.

Kris B said...

Wonderful masculine card! Love this shade of blue! The twine looks great!

Debbie said...

It would be fun if we could win our prizes, but alas...

I love this car and card!!!

Dana said...

Awesome card!! The car is so sweet!! And nice take on the sketch!!

Carol L said...

I just love the rich blue color on this card, and what a perfect image for a masculine card! well done, and I've really enjoyed browsing your blog and seeing so many other fantastic cards too! :)

Princess Judy Palmer said...

Good job and lots of patience to get those twines on evenly. I've tried that and lack the skill and the patience.