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Saturday, January 9, 2010

bloggers challenge Sketch

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Welcome to Blogger's challenge, this week Lisa gave us a sketch to follow. Click here to see what other challenge players created.
I made this card for my husbands Birthday. The background was created using a technique from Technique Junkies latest newsletter called the Brown Bagging Technique.
Cardstock and inks used were by Stampin Up.
Thanks for stopping by

17 comments:

Lisa Bohler said...

I like how you turned the sketch to the side! And a nice masculine feel!

MJ said...

Very cool, your technique background turned out great. Love it.

Stampin_melissa said...

Gorgeous card Connie! Glad it has warmed up for you. Waiting for warmer temps here! :)

Chrissy D said...

Connie - This is FABULOUS. BRAVO - love that technique, it goes with that elephant PERFECTLY - WOW - Perfect masculine card and perfect with the sketch! TFS!

Shelly Schmidt said...

Beautiful- the technique looks fabulous! The stamps are perfect with the technique too!

Lisa Somerville said...

Stunning Connie - I'm sure he'll love it!

Toni said...

Great card Connie! I love that background!

Basement Stamper said...

Wow! Connie, this card is amazing! I love the background of it. I hope that your hubby had a wonderful birthday & loved his card.

Ali Manning said...

This is such a beautiful card!

Rachel Hope said...

WOWZA! Stunning!!!

Anonymous said...

Absolutely love it. I bet hubby thought the same.
Sheryl C

Tangii Crain said...

Wowzers! I just love it!! Great card!

Beth Norman said...

Beautiful work. You managed to make this technique very elegant.

Selene Kempton said...

I just love the technique you picked for this image. It goes together perfectly and somehow (even with all the tusk skin) it feels clean and simple. I love the clean lines and sharp contrast between the colors. Gorgeous.

Ida P. Krause said...

Wow this is just amazing. It's so warm and rich looking. Perfect card for a guy.

Riet said...

What a beautiful card, I love it its so robust and great to give to a man.
That is always a problem, making a card for a man, but you realy did it.
Great card.

KAT said...

This technique is perfect with the elephant!

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