Today is Friday, and time for another sketch challenge with Sketch Frenzy Friday. Hope you can join us.
Today's sketch is by Kim Innes. I must admit this one stumped me for a while, but eventually my brain came up with an idea.
The Midnight Muse base card is layered first with Whisper White and then with 2 different patterns of paper. The lower striped paper is from the Print Poetry Designer stack, and the upper pattern is a background that I made using the Primrose Petals ink pad, a water spritzer and some bubble wrap created on Shiny card stock. It is a piece of background I had left over from Wednesday`s class, so decided to use it on this card.
A strip of Midnight Muse scalloped cardstock was placed across the seam of the 2 papers.
On the top half of the card, I strung a piece of Marina Mist/white Baker`s twine and attached 2 Midnight Muse pennants (both of which were embossed with the Square Lattice folder) - one at either end - and in the middle a tag with a cut out anchor attached to it.
The image of the ship was stamped with Midnight Muse, cut out and attached , with dimensionals, to the left side of the card abutting the scalloped strip.
Here`s a list of the stamps/materials used:
Stamps: The Open Sea, Loving Thoughts
Inks: Midnight Muse
Papers: Midnight Muse, Whisper White, Print Poetry DSP
Accessories: Pennant punch, Small tag punch (retired), Scallop border punch, Marina Mist/white Baker`s twine, Square lattice folder, dimensionals, glue dots.