Thursday, April 22, 2010

Critter Sketch Challenge 10 and Kitchen Sink Stamps Crew Challenge 24c

The Critter Sketch Challenge is a celebration of the 10th challenge. The project was to include 10 items on your art piece. This is what I came up with: 6 fruit squares, 1 sentiment, 2 butterfly outline stickers, and 1 cuttlebugged background layer.
The Kitchen Sink Stamp Crew Challenge is "It's hip to be square". We are to use as many squares as we want on our card using Kitchen Sink Stamps. I used the KSS set Berries. They are so bright and summery. I stamped each strawberry, two sets of blueberries, and two sets of raspberries in their own square. Even the background was cuttlebugged with squares.
Color recipes: All inks are Adirondack unless indicated.
Leaves--1 willow, 2 citrus (if 3 step leaves), 3 or 2 meadow
Strawberries--1 peach bellini, 2 lady bug (Memento), 3 ruby (Club Scrap), 4 cranberry
Raspberries--1 pink sherbert, 2 raspberry, 3 wild plum
Blueberries--1 cloudy blue, 2 sail boat blue, 3 stonewashed, 4 denim


Lisa Somerville said...

Love your color choices for the fruits! The embossed folder really makes them pop! Thanks for playing along at both the Critter Challenge Blog and with us at Kitchen Sink Stamps!

Kathryn B said...

Love the fruit you did such a great job putting that card together it flows nicely!!
Thanks for Taking The Critter Sketch challenge this week!

Lynn McAuley said...

I love these sweet summer berries, Barbara!! What a gorgeous card!!

Good luck in the challenge!! Thanks for joining in on the fun!

Basement Stamper said...

Yummy, the summer fruits look delicious. Thanks for joining us at the Critter Sketch Challenge this week!

Angelwood said...

This is great! Love your sweet fruit images. Thanks for joining us at Critter Sketch challenges. hugs, Angela

Angela Knopf said...

Mmmm, Mmmmm, Mmmmm. Looks good enough to eat. Thanks again for joining in the Kitchen Sink Crew Challenge.

Connie M. said...

Barbara! Your berries are all so wonderful...what a fun layout too!!

Kitchen Sink Stamps said...

so pretty, Barbara.... love how the dry emboss looks like a basket! Beautiful color combo too! :)