Thursday, February 13, 2014

Sketchy and Spritzing for Friday Mashup

Happy Friday, and for those of you that celebrate Valentines Day, I hope you have a great day! My husband and I aren't big Valentines Day people, our wedding anniversary is Feb 5(we just celebrated the big 2-0!) and we prefer to celebrate that instead. I'll go to the store tomorrow and buy myself some discounted chocolate and I'll be happy :0)

Today Avery is bringing us her first sketch challenge at the Friday Mashup, and its a great one! The only thing I changed from it was the sentiment. The stamp I used has the sentiment included in it so I couldn't move it. Otherwise my sketch stayed true! Avery would also like to see some spritzing or splattering on our projects. Now, I knew that was part of the Mashup but somewhere along the line I totally spaced that when making my card and therefore I don't have any on mine :( So sorry Avery, it wasn't intentional!

Head over to The Friday Mashup and check out Avery's first sketch with us and then give it a whirl, we love seeing what everyone comes up with!

  1. Create a project using the "Sketch".
  2. Create a project with "Spritzing / Splattering". 
  3. or Create a project using the "Sketch & Spritzing". 

Supplies used(all supplies SU unless otherwise noted):
Stamps: People Like You
Paper: Gumball Green, Island Indigo, Whisper White, Watercolor Wonder DSP
Ink: Black StazOn, Daffodil Delight, Crushed Curry, Gumball Green, Tangerine Tango
Accessories: Big Shot, Oval Framelits, Decorative Label Punch, Occasions Paper Piercing Pack


  1. This is beautiful, Lisa! I have been eyeing this stamp for a bit now but haven't ordered it yet. The off-set piercing on the scalloped oval is just lovely! Great colours too.

  2. Lisa, your card is wonderful! Did you sponge the background? It looks awesome! I love all the paper piercing you added to your card and your coloring job is fantastic! Don't worry about missing the spritzing, sometimes we just can't or forget to mash it up. :)

  3. Oh, Lisa...this is just beautiful. The colors complement each other so nicely. Your sponging is expert!


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