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It felt good to sponge, distress and play with hardware yesterday!

I had a great time making this card while thinking of situations to use this card in.

Well, lets just say I came up with a few all involving my man! LOL

The card base is a 5 1/4″ x 10 1/2″ piece of Chocolate chip cardstock folded in half and sponged.

Next is a 5″ square of Outlaw Designer paper. The corners were punched with the ticket corner punch and the edges faux stitched with All in a Row.

Next is a 3 3/4″ x 4″ piece of sponged Chocolate Chip cardstock. I distressed it with the Cutter Kit, layered with a 1/4″ smaller piece of Outlaw Designer paper and faux stitched with All in a Row.

that was followed by another piece of Outlaw Designer paper measuring 3″ x 3 1/4″. The left two corners were punched with the ticket corner punch, the right edge stitched with All in a Row. All four edges were paper pierced.

I added a double Photo corner in the top right of that layer. The bigger Photo corner is sponged Sage Shadow, the smaller one sponged and stamped Really Rust. Three Antique Brass Brads were place in the corner.

I stamped Wanted from the stamp set Wanted in Chocolate Chip on a 1 1/2″ x 3 1/2″ piece Very Vanilla cardstock. I sponged, distressed and paper pierced that layer and taped it to a 1/4″ bigger piece of sponged and distressed Sage Shadow cardstock.

I stamped the Medaillon from Wanted three times on Very Vanilla. Once in Really Rust, twice in Chocolate Chip. One Chocolate Chip image was punched out with the Scallop circle punch, from the other Chocolate Chip image the center was punched out with 1/2″ circle punch. I used the 1 1/4″ circle punch to punch the center circle out of the Really Rust image. Everything was layered on top of each other and  Antique Brads were added.

Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

19 Responses to “Weekend Sketch challenge sample: Wanted”

  1. I’m sure your sentiments were well-received by Rick! LOL!

  2. I LOVE this card, Beate! You do such wonders with that set! Gorgeous!

  3. Love this card, I am so loving this set.

  4. Another FAB card Beate!! I can’t wait to give this sketch a go this afternoon!

  5. OMW….love it. You did a fav job with this set and the coordinating DSP. That medallion is a masterpiece. The hardware is just the perfect touch! Another great card Beate:)

  6. Love this card! Now I just have to get this stamp set!!!! That medallion is amazing …. what am I saying? – You’re amazing!!! I’ll have fun playing with this sketch – Melinda

  7. Beate, this is gorgeous! I love it all…especially how the Wanted layer looks just like old parchment! You are such an inspiration!!

  8. Love the sketch and love your card more! I hope I have time to stamp this weekend while hubby’s watching football! I missed last week….{insert sad face here}.

  9. Awesome card Beate! I love all the brads…and the distressing and all the details; they really add to the western feel of the card! I always wonder how to interpret the “Wanted” sentiment as well, and mostly I think along the same lines as you LOL! I did see a “Wanted” to thank you card on SCS, and I did a “miss you” card with this set. I also think it would be great for invitations.

  10. This sketch was great to work with, I liked it so much I made two! You can check my cards out here –

    http://passionforpaper.blogspot.com/

    Looks like I’m entry #1

  11. Love this look!!!! Very Antique looking..

    Hugs,
    Lisa B

  12. WOW! can’t say more than WOW!

  13. This is so gorgeous, Beate! I love all the papers and different layers! Your faux stitching and brad placement is perfect, and my favorite is the medallion. Wow!

    I hope I can work the sketch!

  14. Gorgeous!!! You created such great texture with the stamps, distressing, and hardware! That medallion is fantastic! 🙂

  15. Here’s my card. Entry #2 http://www.susanscornor.blogspot.com
    I really liked your card. Susan

  16. For some reason I’ve battled with this challenge, and the card on my blog isn’t quite right – so I’ll have another go. You can see my ‘almost’ card at http://inknrubba.blogspot.com/

  17. this card is AMAZING!
    keep up the good work!

  18. Fabulous card! One of my favorite sets. You do a beautiful job with it!

  19. Oooo, ahhhh! Beate, I just love every stitch and every layer–this card is perfect!

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