July 31, 2011

A Island Indigo Calm - Piercing - Sketch. {PPA 104 & PP 57}

Well hi there everyone. This is going to be a super fast post. I needed a card for a elderly gentleman friend that is home from the hospital, and I thought... hmmmmm, maybe a brayer card which is super quick..
 I was simply rubbing different ink spots across a piece of glossy paper to see how the colors looked and soon I was making a sunset (without the sun}and then I just had to stamp a palm tree and a few flowers from upsy daisy to foreground.
 If I add a scrolled to the bottom (side if I alter it) this card would actually fit two challenges! I hope anyway. So added it to the side and let the Big Shot do the piercing.
I added the sketch details... well sideways anyway.. stamped a sentiment in Island Indigo from Friendly Phrases (love that font) and also a 3 teal rhinestones for some bling.
and if you look close the Top Note piercing was done by the Big Shot die and I hope it works for the PPA challenge.
 Gave my scene some water movement with a white gel pen...... and ta da!
 Done! 

So this will entered in the Pal Paper Arts 104 paper piercing challenge
even though the Big Shot did the piercing on my Top Note.
and The Paper Players #57 Nance's sketch challenge.  

Well I told you it was short! Hope you liked it, and even more, hope they qualify.
Hootie says " Hoot Hoot Hooray...Thanks for stopping by today!
 Please leave a comment with your thoughts; I hope you will stop by again!"
 Diane

15 comments:

Lauri said...

Great take on the sketch!! Love the sunset...a gorgeous one at that!! Thanks for playing with the Paper Players this week!

Nance said...

Oh Di, this is STUNNING. You really rock that brayer! Love the bright colors and the palm silhouette. Great take on my sketch! Just gorgeous! So glad you joined us at The Paper Players...we've missed you!

Nancy said...

Di, I love your brayer card, the sky coloring is great, the palm tree and the white gel waves are perfect.
Great job!

Pam~ said...

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful! And yes, this is perfect for the PPA challenge! This will surely lift the spirits of your friend!

Karen said...

Fabulous Diane. You did a fantastic job with the brayer and the palm tree really makes it a tropical scene. Sorry I haven't been to your site lately but now that retirement is here, I will be able to do more visiting Hugs Karen

Ann Schach said...

Absolutely stunning, Diane! The colors are so rich and vibrant. I love how you flipped the sketch! Thanks for playing with the Pals and the Players!

Patti said...

Beautiful. I love all the bright colors; I'd like to be relaxing there as the sun sets.

Melanie C said...

Gorgeous card!! Love the colors. Thank you for playing along with Pals Paper Arts.

Beth Fesperman said...

loving your blog...great card!!!! Following you from SC...
www.bethfespeman.blogspot.com

Linda Callahan said...

Wowza - this is a work of art! Just gorgeous - and so detailed!

Anne Marie said...

Diane...as I am sitting here with my jaw-dropped....this is beautiful! Those colors are so rich and stand out perfectly with the scene you created. Love how you flipped the sketch, too. Very, VERY pretty! Thanks for joining us at the Paper Players this week! Hugs! :)

Tui Nathan said...

Wow ... this is gorgeous! Love the scenic background, the colours are absolutely beautiful!
Thank you for joining us this week at Paper Players!

Sandra Azzopardi said...

Amazing! Your card is a masterpiece, Diane! Great idea to flip the sketch on it;s side. Thanks for playing along with the Plaer Players this week!

Buffy said...

WOW! This is gorgeous, Diane!

Sarah said...

Beautiful card, and wonderful combination of colors! Wow!
I am a new follower of your blog and would love to have you follow me, too: thestampintexan.blogspot.com
Have a great day!

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