Saturday, December 5, 2009

Utah Divas International - Sketch Challenge



Happy Saturday Friends!
This is the Sketch we were given from Carol for this weeks Utah Divas International Sketch Challenge.  I looked at this several times before an idea came to my mind.  I looked at it horizontally as opposed to Vertically.

Here is what I came up with !


I chose the traditional Real Red Card Stock for the base of the card. As I knew I would be using the Christmas Cocoa Speciality Designer Paper (Item # 116770) it was easy to pick Soft Suede as the coordinating color.  Dasher (Item # 116816) was a great choice for this particular sketch.  I stamped 'him' using Soft Suede Classic Ink on Whisper White Card Stock.  It is hard to tell on the picture, but I used the 2-Way Glue pen and the Dazzlin' Diamonds on his antlers.  I gave him a Rudolph red nose using the Real Red Stampin' Write Marker.  I added a Chocolate Chip corduroy button to finish the sketch.


I love the Big Shot.  I used the Perfect Details Texturz Plate on the Soft Suede Card Stock.  It added dimension and was a perfect match for the Dasher Stamp Set.



Dasher $8.95


Be sure to check out what my Diva friends came up with by visiting our group blog at http://www.utahdivasinternational.blogspot.com/

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Enjoy your weekend :)

9 comments:

PhotoDivaJ said...

Love what you did with the sketch; beautiful card Max! You are so inspiring to all of us. I want to be just like you when I grow up! {Hugs}

Elizabeth said...

I love your Rudolph version of Dasher! (Great minds...I flipped it the same way! LOL)

Hugs!

carolm said...

oh max, i can't wait to get him in my mailbox. ;)

love the card. too cute.
xoxox

Tammy said...

Beautiful card, Max!! Dasher is one of my favs!!!

RuthieB said...

That is soooo cute!!! I love his little red nose!!!!!

Ann said...

Too cute Max! Love the addition of the red nose on Dasher!!

Mary Fish said...

Aha . . . she flipped the sketch. Well done. Love the button :) Hugs, M

Maxine Conrad said...

Thank you my friends. :)
Mary, you were my inspiration for the button. I always think of you when I see a corduroy button!

Tiffany Bauer said...

Great job on the sketch!! Love that you flipped it on its side, I flipped the sketch upside down!! Take care and I can't wait to get my grubby little hands on our calendar pages!!