Sunday, March 3, 2013

Wooden Flowers and More Music

Time to play along with Just Us Girls again.  The challenge this week is a sketch:

Inked some Mustard cs with various Distress Inks for a "wood"  look.  Wasn't happy with it, so then embossed it with a woodgrain ef.  Stamped the flower pot from Gina K Buds and Vases, then cut it out.  Punched out the flowers, after adding some darker ink to the embossed piece.  Sponged some more darker Distress Ink for more definition.  Embossed a piece of Sandy Beach cs with the CB Twigs folder and lightly sponged some Antique Linen Distress Ink over the raised parts.  I had some I-candy pieces that were the wrong color, so colored them with a Touch Twin marker.
And another card for the Drunken Stampers challenge - The Sound of Music.
Stamped the drumset from Gina K - Live Life Loud and heat embossed with blue ep. Die cut the ovals and labels with Spellbinders dies.  Dp is from my stash.  Cardstock:  Gina K Pure Luxury Wild Dandelion, White and In The Navy.  Added the sentiment made with a label maker.  It looked too plain, so I added metallic blue gel pen accents and the I-Rock blue gems.
Thanks for taking a look!


  1. Great cards Sue! Thanks for playing along with us again this week at Drunken Stampers for the Sound of Music challenge!

  2. Fabulous card Sue!Love that drum set image! Thank for playing along with the Drunken Stampers challenge: The Sound of Music!

  3. Love your flowerpot card! I love the distressing and folder you used to make it look wooden. Great use of the burlap too! Thanks for playing with Just Us Girls!

  4. great take on the challenge,thanks for playing along with the Drunken Stampers for the Sound of Music challenge

  5. I LOVE this one too! The banner bits caught my eye and I was a goner at that point :) Awesome style Sue! Thanks for joining the Drunken Stampers Sound of Music challenge!!

  6. Love the one with Drum (really manly card..good choices of colors) husband love drum and bought one last year...would you mind to tell me which stamp branch is email is many thanks dear Sue.