Friday, February 15, 2013

SKETCHY FRIDAY #7...USING THE "LUCKY CLOVER"

hello all
back here after enjoying working with another sketchy friday challenge. today, i am using an image of the newer release for st. patrick's day: the lucky clover... lately, we have had a share of not so good life twists and that is what made me use this image. 
you all know i do the manual fuzzy cutting for these images since i do not own one of those cutter that do :( and i find it so easy working with these images. anyway, let me show you.

Lucky Clover
3.25" x 4.25"
the clover is the main image of the digi selection but it has many other smaller elements you can use any way you need or like. it has smaller clovers, different smaller circles/dots: you can see the entire digital image HERE

this image plus a few more elements is only a dollar...yeap...you read it right!

i tried so hard to stay within this week's sketch. :D---for some reason i have the need of changing things, lol.

TIP: when i print my digi's i use a microsoft word program, set my page size (any size my printer allows me), set all  margins to .25" and "insert" a pic from file (which in this case will be my digi image). i then can re size it to any size i need or want. for this part i use the handles around the image. last, i print.

Supplies Used:
patterned paper:     mme (lost & found two)
stickpins:     webster pages (feb. sprinkle box)
sentiment:     g studio clear stamps
markers:     tim holtz distressed markers  
other:     my supplies

i sure hope you join us this week. 
note that the sketchy friday's challenges run from friday to thursday: this one starts today, the 15th and ends on the 21st. you have a whole week to work on your project and you do not even need sk digis. you can use your own, just follow the sketch. if you do not have any digis, sk digis has a freebie section too. 


thanks so much for stopping by!
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10 comments:

  1. STUNNING! WOW! great colors, sketch interpretation and the way you cut and use that digi... Thanks you Agnes...SK :)

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  2. Pretty! I actually thought that clover was made of ribbon :) I was looking all close to the screen like is that ribbon..haha

    Hugs, Sheena

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  3. love the take you took on the sketch!!!

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  4. Really love how this turned out, that clover stands out so much with the soft background colors,and I LOVE the colors you used! :)

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  5. Beautiful! I love the color combo and how the image is the protagonist of your card :)

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  6. Very cute card!
    Pam
    scrap-n-sewgranny.blogspot.com

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  7. Krista's Paper Cafe2/18/2013 11:43 AM

    Sweet Agnes--your card it stunning. Great layout and balance of embellishments.

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  8. Fabulous take on the sketch and love that clover!!!!

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Have a fun day!!!