Friday, 28 September 2018

Paperbabe SKETCH Challenge ~ #83

Hello Creative Friends,


Use it's shape to inspire you and the image to represent your design.
Mix it up, be creative, it's really up to you how you interpret it.


Time has been very limited for me this week so I set myself a 
personal challenge to see what I could come up with in 1 hour.

Here's what I got up to and those simple *How to Do's*

Using the leaf and conkers from the Completely Conkers stamp set, 
Distress Oxides were my choice of ink to stamp onto both Kraft and white card.


Onto an A6 card I stamped one of my favourite stamps from the 
Spritz & Speckle set along with the completely Conkers sentiment.

5 leaves and 5 conkers were fussy cut and teased into shape ready to assemble.


Glued down using 3D Gel my CAS card is complete.

It's really that simple ..


Hope you can find a moment to pop on over HERE and join in with the challenge.
There's a prize for one lucky random winner.

Wishing you all a fabulous weekend.

Creative wishes
Tracey xx

Creative Supplies:

Paperbabe Stamps ~ Spritz and Speckles and Completely Conkers 
A6 Card & Distress Oxide Inks

34 comments:

  1. Another gorgeous card Tracey! I love your beautifully coloured leaves and conkers and all in one hour - amazing! Have a great weekend xx

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    1. Thank you Jannet, those solid leaves are so useful as you can achieve instant colour when using coloured ink pads. Perfect when short of colouring in time.
      Have a smashing weekend xx

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  2. Love what you made of this. Lovely colours, too. Have a good weekend, hope your Mum is soon better. Hugs, Valerie

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    1. Thank you Valerie, Autumnal colours really do give a warm hug xx
      Mum's on the mend thankfully xx

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  3. A beautiful CAS card dearest Tracey, love the muted tones you used for the cut-outs , and the clean look you created. So very lovely dear friend.
    Big hugs from me to you , Dorthe xx

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    1. Thank you Dear Dorthe, we get an instant hug from those orange, maroons and chestnut colours of Autumn. Big Hugs xx

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  4. OH WOW, Tracey. That card is the CONKERS! I love it. Simple, it is NOT. It's a true testament, though to what you can achieve in the event your time is quite limited. I love, love, love it.

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    1. Hee hee I love the font from that word conkers!! If faced with a CAS card I spend more time thinking about it than doing, luckily for this one i'd already worked out how i'd like it to look. Glad you like it Elizabeth Thank you very much xx

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  5. Love your interpretation of the sketch with those great autumnal stamps, love the little quote, very creative for one hours work.

    Have a great weekend.
    Avril xx

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    1. Many Thanks Avril, it really is a fabulous stamp set for this time of year. I adore those conkers xx

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  6. Amazing and very lovely TraceyπŸπŸ‚
    Happy PPF 🎨

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  7. Such a beautiful design! I love how you used the conkers stamps - perfect 😁. Happy autumn and wishing you a wonderful weekend! J 😊 x

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    1. Aww Thanks Jo, the conkers remind me of school days and wrapped knuckles hee hee xx

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  8. Such a beautiful CAS card...Love the colours, the layout, those leaves and conkers and the fun sentiment. Great too that you did it within the hour x

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    1. Thank you so much Mac such a complement coming from the CAS Queen. If I had not already planned in my head what I was to make I really would not have been able to put this together as you know how I find CAS cards so difficult to create xx

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  9. This is a fabulous CAS autumn card and I love the fun sentiment you added.
    It would have taken me a lot longer than an hour to create , so good for you to get it made in the time you gave yourself.
    Yvonne xx

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    1. So kind Yvonne Thank you, I was lucky to have had this already planned in my head. Good job as I have so little time at the moment. I will be round to visit when things get a little easier xx

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  10. Lovely autumn gatherings - those conkers are fabulous - and great that you managed to squeeze in the time for some creativity, even under pressure.
    Alison x

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    1. Thank you Alison, I know you will understand it can be difficult when time is limited. I will be round to visit asap x

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  11. Wow you rock this it's stunning and it all looks like you have had fun in the making.xx

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    1. Very kind Annie. I know I will have missed so much from you but I have very limited online time at the moment, you know i'll be round asap xx

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  12. This is such a wonderful autumnal card, the conkers look amazing and that sentiment is fabulous! Hugs, Anne xx

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    1. Thank you Anne, I love those conkers. Sorry i've neglected you i'm sure there is lots of loveliness to see. I will be round when things get a little easier here.
      Hugs Tracey xx

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  13. This is fabulous Tracey, I love that splatter stamp, and what a sentiment! Well done for completing this in an hour too. Have a very happy October, Sue xx

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    1. Thanks Sue, It's a great stamp giving great effects. I'll be round to visit when I get some me time.. Hugs xx

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  14. Lol... completely conkers!!!... what a brilliant sentiment!!!. I am afraid I would have been sat for the hour wondering where to start, so that is a great challenge that you set yourself, I think CAS is absolutely the hardest, and yet again you smashed it!!. Ps.. just Lovin the hilight on the conkers. Xxx

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    1. Thank you Jane, CAS is very very hard, I think it's the maths in it :D
      Will catch up with you soon Hugs xx

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  15. okay Tracey, just what is a conker? It looks like a chestnut to me which would conk you on the head if it fell out of a tree! Otherwise,I have no idea! heehee
    Great card-lots of fun Conker girl!
    Jackie xo

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    1. Conkers are from the Horse Chestnut Tree but not edible like sweet chestnuts. I believe you may call them Buckeyes..?? Wonder if you ever played conkers..?
      Thank you Jackie, i'll be round to visit when life gives me a little more time x

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  16. Really gorgeous card Tracey and the conkers look amazing.
    Fliss xx

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  17. Brilliant interpretation of the challenge. Well done!!

    -Soma

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  18. It looks completely wonderful to me! Hugs,Chrisx

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