Sunday, April 4, 2010

Paper Sundaes Challenge #12 - Wags & Whiskers

Happy Easter Sundae!  Paper Sundaes Challenge #12 this week is a sketch challenge and our design team was lucky enough to use stamps from Wags and Whiskers latest release "Let's Play" which are available at Stamp & Create.  I chose to use the image "Slam  Dunk because my son LOVES basketball!  There are also other sports related stamps in this set such as soccer, baseball, dance, swimming and hockey so be sure to check them all out!  Here is the sketch:

And my take on it using the super cute "Slam Dunk" image:
I used some basketball paper that I had already and then found the orange paper that is called Basketball Leather (by Reminisce) and is textured just like a real basketball which I thought was super cool!  I picked up some Basketball themed embellishments (#1 and All-Star) by Me & My Big Ideas and already had some chipboard stars so just added some yellow glitter and the velvet scalloped ribbon to finish it off.  The image itself was coloured with copics (E00, E02, E43, E35, E33, E37, E41, E44, B00, B23, B24, R02, YR16, and YR18).  I hope you join us for this weeks challenge over at Paper Sundaes!  The winner of this week's challenge wins a fabulous prize:  2 stamps of their choice from the latest "Let's Play" sports release PLUS a $15.00 gift certificate to Stamp & Create!   Stamp & Create carries many different lines of stamps, embellishments, paper & more so be sure to check them out!

7 comments:

Shana said...

Crystal this is AWESOME! What a terrific boy's card! Happy Sunday!

alicaz said...

Great card! Love the stars and papers you used! Happy Sunday!

Carla aka scrappypug said...

what a fabulous card. Great choice of papers!

BananaStamper said...

So cute! Love that textured basketball paper!
Happy Easter!

HappyCrafter said...

Such a fun card, that textured paper is a cool embelishment!

Marlene said...

Absolutely adorable card! Love the colors you used! (Thought I had already commented - but I don't see it - so here I go again!)

Blankiefinder said...

What a fantastic boys card! That textured cardstock was perfect for it, too!