For the birds...
Retro Rubber Challenge #14 part two...

Round and round...

I am starting off the week with a bit of whimsy.  I wanted to play along with a couple of challenges – CAS(E) this Sketch and Pals Paper Arts.  The sketch was easy compared to the color (daffodil delight, melon mambo, and tempting turquoise) challenge.  I finally decided that the only way I could make the colors work was to use this ferris wheel from the Lawn Fawn Admit One set. 1 (640x527)

I started off by stamping the ticket image in versamark and clear embossed it.  I thought the “string” of tickets would make a great twist on the sketch.  Then I used the SU! blendies and markers to color the ferris wheel.  I backed the card front with a piece of daffodil delight, melon mambo and tempting turquoise.  Then it was just a matter of putting it all together and adding some bling and candy dots. 2 (640x347)

I quite like how this turned out with my two favorite parts being the colors and the string of tickets.

Thanks for stopping by today!  Be sure to play along with the Retro Rubber challenge – its May flowers!  Click HERE to link up your crafty creation!

Supplies:  CS:  SU! daffodil delight, melon mambo, and tempting turquoise.  PTI white and soft stone.  Inks:  SU! markers and blendies.  Versamark and memento black.  Stamps/dies:  Lawn Fawn admit one.  Other:  SU! candy dots, rhinestones and clear embossing powder.


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Leigh Penner

Oh, I love this! Super fun take on the sketch!


The ferris wheel is so fun! Nice card.


I love your super cute ferris wheel! Your card is so bright and colorful!

Michelle Quinno

Love your layers of color and that cute ferris wheel! Thank you for playing in the Pals Paper Arts challenge this week!

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