Saturday, March 5, 2011

Sketch challenge at SSCC

Today it is my turn to show you my sketch creation for Stamping Scrapping Challenge Central.

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I made a little mini album. I found the instructions over at Scrapbitz and it was so adorable that I thought I would make one. For the front I chose to use one of Stamping Scrapping Designs new dies, Anglaise Lace Circle. I stamped the cutout using SSD Beaded Circles Stamps and the Handmade with love comes from the SSD Beaded Ovals Stamps. The flowers are designed especially for Stamping Scrapping and are called the Little Flower Pack. I added some pearls to the center of the flowers on the front.

Here are a couple of close ups of the front.

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And here is the inside.

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I used the new Scor-Pal to score my paper and assembled the pockets using 1/8” Scor-tape. It’s great, more lines, nice grooves. You should check it out! I also used SSD Beaded Ovals Stamps around each one of the ovals. The ovals are cut from Spellbinders Deckled Edge classic ovals with my Grand Calibur. I just love this machine, it is so nice to fill it with as many dies as I can fit and just cut away!!  I added more pearls and more little flowers. The stamp on the first panel comes from the SSD Label Accents and the border around the stamp is from the SSD Tag Accents. I just love these stamps, mixing and matching with the different sets makes wonderful projects! For my ink I used Tim Holtz Broken China and Tim Holtz Frayed Burlap. The paper used is Core’dinations and DCWV Linen set. My images are Mini Dreamy Tilda, Mini Tilda in Winter Coat and Mini Edwin with Rose. And I used my favorite coloring medium, Copics. Here is a list:

  • Skin – E11, E00, E000, R20
  • Hair – E35, YR24, YR20
  • Clothes – BG78, BG75, BG72, E55, E53, E50
  • Rose – YG63, R39, R35, R30

Phew, that’s a lot of product isn’t it? Did you know that all of the products I used here are available at Stamping Scrapping? It’s a one stop shop with wonderful Customer Service!!

Here are some close ups of each of the panels.

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And here are the tags that come out of each pocket. This is my youngest daughters family. Aren’t they all adorable (even hubby Smile)

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Thanks for stopping by and visiting and reading all the way to the end!

16 comments:

Janiel/ janny said...

Hi Stephanie, hHis is adorable! I love how you have the juke used. Beautifully picked imaged for your project!!
WHAT A TREASURE!!!
hugs, Janiel

Fran said...

What a great mini album. I love everything about it and I can sure see all the love you put in to it!
Hugs, Fran

StampingScrapping.com said...

So much time, love and attention to incredible detail on this.
I ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT STEPH....
BEAUTIFUL WORK

Sharon Keanly said...

Absolutely stunning Stephanie. I'd love to try this sometime. hugs Sharon

Liefs Ineke said...

This is very beautiful. Gr. Ineke

Zoe said...

Wow what a lot of work went into this Stephanie. It's just gorgeous! hugs xxoo

Michelle said...

I love your mini album!! Chock full of love --great job!

lindamariedesigns said...

The mini album is adorable. What a sweet gift idea.

Sharon Caudle said...

Stephanie, this is gorgeous! I love the pretty blues and your coloring is awesome! Fabulous mini album!!

Cricket said...

Great album. Cute images.

Sandy said...

You have made the cutest mini album.
It would take me 6 months to make this! Wonderful creation.
Sandy Dehon

Aletha J. Williams said...

I love this! How creative you are!

Christina C. said...

Ohhhhhhhh,Stephanie, this is such a
fabulously creative project....gorgeous images and lovely details! This is a wonderful treasure!

1CRTVCHK said...

Your album is gorgeous! The colors are lovely and so is your coloring. Your daughter's family is beautiful.

cathylynn said...

Great mini album Stephanie! So much detail and great colors. I can see a lot of time and love went into this project. Your stamped images are precious too! Hugs, Cathy-Lynn

Eulanda said...

What a great idea and sooo cute!! Hugs!

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