Sunday, July 14, 2013

OWH Sketch 181

Welcome! Here is this week's sketch at Operation Write Home:
This one is definitely a challenge! Using plaid paper on a sketch like this helps me line up the little pieces of paper and strips better. The image is a Lockhart stamp I colored and painted with watercolor pencils.  Here's my card:
 
Apples: Wood mounted rubber stamp by Lockhart Stamp Company
DP: Prima "Divine" 6x6 pad (plaid scrap from Echo Park "This & That"
Watercolor pencils, water, brush
Adhesive pearls
Faux photo corners
 
 

11 comments:

Debbie Caldwell said...

I like your card...I especially like the little flags nestled together...and good idea with the plaid to help keep things straight...I'm always putting things on crooked.

Melissa T. said...

Love those apples and your coloring is wonderful. :)

Nancy Keller said...

Oh!! I love the little corner bits! What a nice touch! :)

Lee Mae said...

Hi Sherry, love the colors in your card. The corner pieces are a great touch and I really like those apples!

Christy - www.hokiecoyote.com said...

I agree with Debbie; absolutely love those flags.

Cheryl Claycomb Anderegg said...

Lots of fun things everywhere! Great use of the dotted and plaid paper, both keep things straight! Nice job!

Angela Boutiller said...

Apples, plaid, and polka dots! A few of my favorite things...you sure this card wasn't made for me?!?

Ava Oxley said...

What a cute country looking card! The apples are so yummy looking too! Great work on this sketch.

Sherry Hickey said...

Thsnks. The banners sre a scrap from the Prima Divine pad.

Linda said...

Great card. Love the country feel and the corner accents seem to tie it all together. Tfs!

Cora said...

Your fruit is delicious looking. You are so brave to tackle the coloring of it.