Tuesday, June 1, 2010

6/1 H2H Challenge - Sketch





The challenge this week is a sketch:


I - of course, still can't "color inside the lines" so I changed it up a little.
I made a 3D block sign based on the sketch. All the elements are there, just moved a little bit.
This definitely put me in the mood for summer.........

Materials:
  • Cherry O paper
  • Splendor paper
  • Splendor brads
  • Tulip buttons
  • Colonial White button
  • Topiary buttons
  • Crystal Blue buttons
  • Sweet leaf ribbon
  • Tulip Cardstock
  • Colonial White Cardstock
  • Irresistibles Pizzaz chipboard shapes
  • Wood Blocks - sanded and stained

11 comments:

  1. Yow that is sooo darn cute! What did you use for the base of this project? Super adorable I tell ya! Thanks for playing along with H2H!

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  2. Ok so I'm super curious now and can't tell...is this all one piece? Or are the boxes on the left separate from the part on the right? Whatever it is...it's ADORABLE and a very clever take on the sketch!! :) Thanks for playing at H2H!

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  3. Jayma, to answer your question, these are all separate blocks, the left side are approx. 1 1/2 x 3 1/2, and the big one is approx. 4x6.
    I've made a bunch of "block" signs for craft fairs and just for fun. Never one in this configuration, but it works!
    Thanks for your comments everyone!

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  4. awesome take on the sketch! thanks for playing along with H2H this week!

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  5. Emily, this is adorable! I love the mix of buttons and designer brads. Absolutely gorgeous!

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  6. LOVE IT...and of course, I LOVE your combo of paper packets...hehehehe!! Thanks for playing along!

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  7. Love the colors and the buttons...too cute!!

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  8. What a great job combining paper packs! The colors work so well together.

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  9. Thanks so much for choosing me for the Friday Five! I am so honored!

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  10. Congrats on making the Friday Five! I enjoy your artwork and look forward to seeing more!

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