Thursday, January 9, 2014

CAS(E) this Sketch #59


Hello...hello  Everyone!
We are now starting for the first sketch challenge of the year 2014 here 
at 
CAS(E) this Sketch.


For this week we are using the sketch made by no other than Leigh Penner.
Love...love this!!!


To start my card....I first inked my Craft Mat from Ranger with my ink pad. I used the 
ink from Ranger Distress ink Wild Honey + the Heidi Swapp Color Shine Mustard.
Then spritz some tap water in some areas in the mat then place the embossed flower image to get
the colors from the mat. Once its dried then I used my brush to get some of the the
Heidi Swapp Color Shine from the mat to add more shine on some parts of the flower.

The pink combination is Ranger Distress in Pickled Raspberry + Heidi Swapp Color Shine Primrose.




For this image I created my background using stencils with Light Modeling Paste, got it from Michaels.
I just die-cut the MFT Mini Chicken Wire to create my own stencil for this project.

When the modeling paste is a little bit dry but not totally dry, I brushed it with perfect pearls to add
shimmer.



I hope you can see the shimmer on this pix from the modeling paste and the flowers as well, 
this is the look when it hits the light :) <3


This Magnolia flower images & sentiments are not out in the market yet. 
My Co-Runway DT Tasnim Ahmed had created and design this wonderful stamp set.
So Awesome of her to let me try this set and design some projects before she let it out in the market.

You can see another "Magnolia's For Her" project HERE  later today at 5pm EST.

Here's the look of the full card.


I hope you enjoyed my take.

I hope you will join us for this week for more stamping fun!
Don't forget to check out the other DTs for their wonderful interpretations
at
  CAS(E) this Sketch.

Have a wonderful week.

32 comments:

  1. drop dead stunning, gorgeous, beautiful card!!!

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  2. Such a gorgeous take on the sketch, Joni! Those magnolias are so pretty and I'm thinking I really should start playing with modeling paste.

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  3. VERY WELL DONE!!! This is stunning!!

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  4. oh my goodness!!! This card is SO gorgeous Joni!! Now I don't want to share my card as it is nowhere close to this, but I will anyway :) Thanks for using my stamps!

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  5. Beautiful colors and love the background. The flower stamps are gorgeous!

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  6. Beautiful colors and love the background. The flower stamps are gorgeous!

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  7. Wait ... there's just too much goodness here! 1) the modeling paste looks awesome when it's partially done like you have here, 2) perfect pearls on top is so smart ... just a little shimmer since it's a background after all, 3) the watercolored flowers embossed in white are gorgeous, 4) Tasnim's stamps are exactly what I would expect from here ... stunning, and finally 5) the black sentiment reminds me of the fun dymo labels Tasnim and Aga use on their cards. Awesome!!

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  8. Oh Joni...just beautiful!!! Love the pink and yellow on the gold. And SO much GORGEOUS texture!! <3

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  9. Gorgeous card, I love everything about it!

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  10. Hi Joni. This card is jaw dropping gorgeous!
    Congratulations on the new DT position ,they are so lucky to have you! Love your work!

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  11. Happy New Year :)
    What a stunning card-i love how you have made this,what a fabulous technique-thank you for sharing :)
    Nessa xx

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  12. Wow, this is so beautiful! Love the techniques you used! Vanessa x

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  13. Hi there, Joni! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and leaving such a sweet comment. I am totally humbled by your comment, as you are truly an amazing artist yourself. Love, love, love this card! Those flowers are gorgeous and your modeling paste chickenwire background is fabulous! SO very nice to meet you!

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  14. Beautiful work. I like the idea of pearls on the paste

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  15. WOW! I love everything in your card, from how you first inked the paper and then selected the areas to stamp those gorgeous flowers, to the amazing background using embossing paste and perfect pearls! And the colors are so cool.

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  16. Jaw-dropping Joni!! I would never have thought to mix mediums the way you have here!! I have to try this out!!!

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  17. Gorgeous card! I oohed and awed over every single detail. And I thought I recognized those flowers (I love Tasnim's work)...you lucky girl! I hope someday to be able to get them myself. :)

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  18. Seriously one of the prettiest cards ever! Love this card, what a great way to showcase this beautiful stamp too. I just want to touch this card...sigh so pretty!

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  19. Oh, this is stunning, Joni! I love everything about it!

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  20. This is so pretty! I love the idea of sprinkling the modeling paste with some perfect pearls! Such a nice shimmer!

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  21. Love these textures and soft colours!

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  22. This is gorgeous! Love the texture of the paste background and the beautiful watercolor flowers.

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  23. This is just so exquisite Joni and thank you for explaining how you got that gorgeous textured background! You have now given my an idea on how to put my Perfect Pearls powders to use.

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  24. Really pretty and I love all the details on your card.

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  25. Love the texture you created with the modeling paste. This is an awesome card!

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  26. This is the most beautiful card ever!!!! Now I must confess, this card makes me ACHE for these stamps!!!!! Bold and beautiful, my favorite combination, and you make it so lovely!!!

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  27. This is so beautiful. I think I've got some Perfect Pearls hanging around so I've got to try this!

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  28. I've got to get brave and try my embossing paste. If I can come up with something half as gorgeous as this then I'll be happy!

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