Friday, 1 May 2009

Dare you 2 Digi Stamp Challenge





Hi all
These fridays are coming round oh so fast and it seems that I'm not getting enough done in a day! Just been a run round the lovely Yorkshire Dales and been photographing Ribble Head Viaduct. Amazing structure when you think it was built without any of the modern technology which goes into buildings today. But I digress, should be giving you all the low down on this weeks challenge from DU2DS which is a sketch. It looks fairly simple at first glance but you'd be amazed how many different ways you can use this sketch.





I decided I'd make it really easy (ha ha) and switch the background circles to the forground of the card to make a waterwheel against a castle wall as a backdrop for this little guy. (He looks like I feel!) I found him on one of the kids colouring sites and thought he'd make a great boys card. Have a look on these sites there's loads of great images.

Oh speaking of great new images, I've just been looking at some of Chris's new designes for her shop sketching stamper and there are some fantastic sketched images that I can't wait to have a go with. I so wish I could draw!! anyway back to the serious stuff - the recipe!

Stone & Wood Card Kanban
Image Googled colouring pages
Coloured with Promarkers
Circle Stamp Inkadinkado
Twine off a local farmers hay bale!


Hope you all have a great weekend
x Michelle

11 comments:

Larissa said...

Grteat card Michelle! Love the image and the background you used is so perfect! It is really great that you created this little scene with this sketch.

Hugs,
Larissa

Donna said...

Hi Michelle, I absolutely love your card for this weeks challenge and the image you have used is so comical. I've never thought of looking at the kidz websites for images, what a brilliant idea, I will have to give it a whirl :) Donna x

Chris said...

Hi Michelle, your card is brilliant, so much imagination to come up with such a great take on the sketch. Love the image, I agree it's ideal for a boy's card and the stonework paper is the perfect backdrop to the little scene. Sounds like you had a lovely drive round taking in the scenery sounds like bliss. Thanks so much for your sweet words and the links, so much appreciated. Hope you have a lovely bank holiday weekend. Hugs, Chris xx

Gem said...

Wow! I like your take on this week's challenge, specially with that waterwheel. All the elements are perfect for each other (that twine is a stroke of genius!).

yvonne said...

WOW .. just love the stone backing paper. how funky is that!
And the little man .. how cutie. The card is great, i really do love this, not many man/ boys cards get done, but this is perfect

Caroline said...

Fantastic card you have such a fab imagination I could never produce this kind of card, wonderful work Michelle. I have a little something for you on my blog xx

Sandra said...

Hi Michelle...brilliant work,love this card,the Kanban paper is just perfect for creating the sceen for that fantastic little fella,you have a very creative mind...
Have a lovely Bank holiday weekend
Take care
San x

Jami {sgtStamper} said...

Wow!! This is sooooo cool!! I just love the background, and how you incorporated the circles of the sketch. So creative!! What a cute image too!!

Nicky said...

Wow what a brilliant idea love your card - and using the kids colouring sites is great - thanks for all your lovely comments and feel free to use the background paper idea - thanks again ((hugs)) Nicky

PatR said...

This card is amazing, how very creative you are. The little chap is so cute and the the stone paper is great.
Hugs, Pat xx

Sandra said...

Hi Michelle, just love your card. What a fun and innovative way to use the sketch. You are so creative. I love it!
Hugs
Sandra x