Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Sketch Challenge at Repeat Impressions

Happy Wednesday everyone! It's time for another fun sketch challenge at The House that Stamps Built and we are challenging you to make a card using the sketch below and link it up for a chance at some great Repeat Impressions rubber! For all the details on what you can win and to see the other Rock Stars cards using this sketch, please visit our blog.

I started my card with Repeat Impression’s beautiful butterflies heat embossed on watercolor paper. Then I sprinkled on violet, sea green and orange Brusho Coloured Crystals and spritzed with water. These favorite colors of mine as well as three more and a water spritzer are all available here all in one kit on the Repeat Impressions website. I layered the butterfly piece over an orange dp and then onto an aqua cardbase. I added some colored gems to complete the card.

Here is the sketch for you to follow when you create a card for our challenge. You do not need to use Repeat Impressions stamps to enter our challenges, but you get an extra chance to win if you do!

I am entering this card in the Anything Goes challenges at 613 Avenue Create, Through the Craft Room Door and Craft Your Passion.

**Don’t Forget: for a 10% discount on any size order at Repeat Impressions, make a note of my discount code (rr10kh), click on the blog badge on the side of my blog and go to the website here to shop and save!** 


Deepti said...

Wow that BG is simply stunning :)

Migdalia said...

Simply beautiful..
Have a blessed day,
Crafting With Creative M

kiwimeskreations said...

With that stunning background Karen, those butterflies almost look 3-D. A beautiful card

Verna Angerhofer said...

Fantastic card and love that sketch too!

joy said...

WOW! Beautiful butterfly and your background is out of sight!

Cheri said...

Love that Brusho bg!

Lisa (aka CropDropNRoll) said...

Great watercolor card! To be honest - you had me at butterfly! LOL. Thanks for playing in our neighborhood at 613 Avenue Create.

Unknown said...

Lovely resist technique. Thank you so much for entering our ATG challenge at Through The Craft Room Door this week. We are looking forward to seeing you again in the next challenge.
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