The Paper Players – PP407 – A Sketch Challenge from Jaydee

The Paper Players – PP407 – A Sketch Challenge from Jaydee

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We have a Sketch Challenge over at The Paper Players!  This week, our challenge host, Jaydee, is asking us to create a card with 3 bands as seen in the sketch to the left.  I decided my bands would be vellum waves over a watercolored card base.  I stamped, embossed, copic-colored and fussy cut a grand whale from Papertrey Ink.  I tucked and adhered the whale into a vellum wave, added an appropriate sentiment, and secured the vellum edges with lots of blue sequins.

Supplies: Papertrey Ink Keep Swimming, Memory Box Oceana Border, Versafine Clair, Hero Arts embossing powder, Copics, vellum, Brutus Monroe watercolors, Pretty Pink Posh sequins

The Paper Players Design Team. Reach out, get inspired and leave them some love.

The simple rules:

  1. Create a new paper project.
  2. Upload your project to your blog with a link back to The Paper Players.
  3. Provide a direct link to your blog post for your challenge entry.
  4. Please link your card to no more than FOUR challenges (including ours).
  5. HAVE FUN!

Thank you for playing along with the Paper Players! I can’t wait to see your creations… and again HAVE FUN.

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10 comments

  1. Claire Broadwater says:

    Elizabeth, this is an amazing card! I love the watercolored background and the vellum waves are the BEST! Genius! Your little whale is so happy to be in this beautiful scene! Sending you a hug! Have a great weekend! XX

  2. jaydee says:

    Elizabeth, I am obsessed with your card. Creating the vellum waves was a perfect way to separate the elements on the card. I love the colors, too. Gorgeous card, my friend
    Jaydee

  3. Jan Clothier says:

    This is stunning! I LOVE it. Your idea is creative and clever while your execution is perfect. That watercolour background is incredible and the waves just make me smile. Fabulous work, Elizabeth!

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