Happy Weekend, everyone! Whoot! I loooove Friday evenings. The weekend stretches out ahead of you and the possibilities are endless. As most of you know, I've gotten into the habit of printing off a bazillion sketches and challenges each week, and I sometimes even DO a few of them. I hope to get very stampy this weekend and work through my pile of ideas.
For starters, I went into The Captain's Quarters with the intention of doing this week's City Crafter Challenge of Back To Black, which is to use a black silhouette somewhere on your project. It HAS to be black. I was going to cut out something black using my lonely Silhouette Cameo, but then I stopped, because I have the remains of a package of black rub-ons I opened for a card I made last weekend, and it would be way better to use those than to cut into virgin card stock, am I right?!
A sketch ... I needed a sketch to get me started, so I pulled out this week's Skipping Stones Design's sketch:
I WON last week's sketch challenge?!?! I DID! Still pinching myself! :D) Ahem.
So here's my card for the aforementioned challenge combo:
I was going to put small pearls around the rest of the cameo frame to hide the rest of the adhesive, but I thought it might be too much. Instead of the sentiment for the SSD sketch I used an ancient rub-on from a pack I recently discovered while moving things around. ("cleaning" is such a strong word)
Then the right side looked nekkid, so I used some strips of pearls and created a flourish of sorts to fill it in.
Let's just say I've taken a few liberties with the sketch, mkay?
I shall dive into my remaining pile o'sketches with gusto on the morrow. Tonight I need sleep.
Thanks for stopping by!