Tuesday Morning Sketch Challenge #140: Batches of Fun

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Hello Friends! It's Tuesday Morning Sketch time and we've got Doodle Pantry as our sponsor this week.  They have such fun images. I'm using a set called "Baking Ants" today, with this week's sketch, which is by our own Marie Oberg!


Now, I'll admit, if I walked into my kitchen and saw ants all over my counter, I'd probably go berserk getting rid of them, but this image is super cute. Those pesky little guys look like they are having a blast. The sentiment is part of the Baking Ants set, but I didn't print it directly on the cs. I printed it on a transparency, then rubbed it onto the cs. I could easily have saved the rub-on step if I'd printed it on the cs, but I really like how rub-on sentiments look, versus computer-generated. The gold die cut behind the sentiment is cut from a piece of gold duct tape. 

I used a transparency rub-on for the inside sentiment, too, which is also part of the Baking Ants set.

I hope you'll join us for this week's Tuesday Morning Sketch challenge--it's always so much fun! All the deets are on the TMS blog, and while you're there, check out the amazing creations by the rest of the DT! I can't wait to see what you create!!!

Thanks for stopping by! Have a marvy day!!!

~Hugs!
 
Stamps: Baking Ants (Doodle Pantry); Tiny Flowers & Tags (Flourishes)
Paper: Garden Party (DCWV)
Ink: Copics, Distress Ink
Dies: Std Circles Lg, Ironwork Motifs, Classic Scalloped Circles Sm (Spellbinders); Classic Tags Template (Flourishes/Spellbinders)
Accessories: Pearls; duct tape; Liquid Pearls
Size: A2 (4.25" x 5.5")
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16 comments :

Elaine said...

Cheryl fab stamp and stamping what a lovely card ,I love it . Fabulous design and the colours are great inside and out.
Hugs Elaine

Carla S. said...

Great card, Cheryl! Love the papers and details! The image is so cute - terrific coloring!

May said...

Beautiful card, Love that image so cute, fab papers!!! Hugs May x x x

Beate said...

What a darling image. Your coloring and card look wonderful.
Hugs and smiles

Theresa said...

Hi Cheryl - wow I love how you brought this image to life. The coloring is simply amazing. Love the DPs - everything about it is just amazing.

--I'd freek too if I saw ants in the kitchen.

Jeanne J said...

EEEK!! This is too cute! Love those cute little ants!

Audrey Pettit said...

Hi Cheryl!
Sorry to hear you and your daughter had trouble with the yarn eggs! Did you let them dry overnight? The yarn should stick to the balloons while the glue is wet. Then let them dry overnight before popping the balloon. Then they should work just fine. Think the only other trouble you might have is if the yarn is too thin, like perhaps baker's twine. But other than that, this truly should work.
By the way, your card is SO adorable!! Love it!

Marie said...

Yikes, Cheryl...I hate ants....but I have to admit that you made them so loveablle and adorable. The bowl is utterly amazing. Fantastic coloring! Don't need ant traps with these cuties.

Conniecrafter said...

very cute image and such great coloring, love what you did with the sketch!

Angela said...

I thought this was a fun image...love what you have done with it! So pretty!

Jessica G. said...

Awesome coloring on this adorable image and you know how much I love this DP since I made sure to use it on my card, too!!

Karen Motz said...

This image is super cute and your shading is amazing!!

Dawn said...

Oh my! This is so adorable. Your coloring is fabulous! Great job Cheryl!

Maria said...

Ah yes...I can't stand ants in the house either...hehehe! But, these little ants on your card are adorable! Exceptional coloring, too! Take care and Happy Easter, hugs!!:-))

Melissa Craig said...

I love how your card turned out. I knew you would make these super cute ants into something amazing!

Shelby said...

How fun is this card?!! Love that image and your use of the sentiments really pulls it together well.

Shelby