February 26, 2011

Cowboy Hero for Our Creative Corner

Our Challenge this week is to De-Stress by Distressing while using the Sketch Sarah designed.

coyboy hero card

I started by flipping the sketch and substituted ribbon for the panel on the left side because I didn't want to cover up all that great DP that already had distressing ‘built in’! Then I sponged the panels with ink and scratched up the edges of the card and the DP panels. The edges of the chipboard sticker were sanded and inked too. I also used an ink spritzing tool from SU! to fly speck my card. That thing killed my hands, now I remember why I stopped using it. I am longing for another can of air for my Copic airbrush system! I just finished it earlier this week. Maybe I’ll get out our compressor and see if it will work. I always had air so I haven’t tried it out.

FEBOCCsketchbySarahGough

I hope you will all play with us at the OCC this week! Thanks to Sarah for a great challenge and we are so glad she is safe from the devastation caused by the earthquake in New Zealand; thankfully her family is safe too. Don’t forget to visit the OCC blog to check out all the FANTASTIC projects from the DT! They are just YUMMY!

Enjoy, Rebecca

RECIPE
Stamps:
Sentiment PTI
Ink: Distress Antique Linen, Vintage Photo, Frayed Burlap, chocolate chip-SU!
Paper: Wanted-Cosmo Cricket, chocolate chip, vanilla CS-SU!
Accessories: Sizzix embossing folder, foam dots-Jody Morrow, Circle Nesties,  Cosmo Cricket Wanted Chipboard, hardware-SU!, ribbon-stash, hemp twine-stash

9 comments:

Lori Rider said...

What a great masculine card - your colors and papers are wonderful with that image, and I love the ribbon treatment. Awesome job!

Wendy Janson said...

Rebecca, very nice man card. I love the DP you used and the embossing. The ribbon and buckle and hardware all are perfect for the feel of the card!

Vicki B. said...

Very cool card Rebecca!!! Love that image you used!

Jennifer Rzasa said...

I love the way you interpreted the sketch, and the metal accents are very cool!

Linda Coughlin, the funkie junkie said...

Your card is wonderful, Rebecca. I love the colors and papers you used and the image is terrific. Great guy card - always a great thing to have on hand! Super job on this week's challenge.

Hope you are having a great weekend.

Hugs,
Linda

Sarah Gough said...

Great guy card! Thanks for the well wishes!

Kristin said...

Did you and Diane call each other to coordinate? Great card, the buckle and the touch of twine on the frame is wonderful!

Diane Gilbert said...

I think we were on the same wave length this week! Great card, love the buckle and hardware details!

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

What a fun and beautiful design!! I just love the buckle and your earthy colors. Awesome masculine card!