Deconstructed Sketch No. 170

Deconstructed Sketch No. 170

Are you ready for Deconstructed Sketch 170? I hope you like it! Here’s the scoop on what you need to do:

1. Use the sketch up top to make a project, any kind you like using any image you like. Use the sketch to inspire your own creativity. Feel free to substitute shapes for what you have available and mount tags and circles to a card base if you’d prefer.

2. Post it somewhere on the internet (your personal blog, SplitcoaststampersFlickrPinterest, etc). Use keyword DS170.

3. Link back here to Inlinkz at the bottom of the post.

DS170 by Jen Shults

Happy Thursday everyone! I hope you are having a fantastic week! I am sharing a card today that I made using DS170. This uses an image from Sweet Pea stamps that I just adore called Playing With Stars by Elaine Cox. This is an older Sweet Pea stamp and I’ve actually had this colored and waiting to go on a card for over two years. I remember the day I colored it very specifically but for some reason I just never found the right card to put it on until today. 🙂


Card Details:
Stamp: Playing With Stars by Elaine Cox from Sweet Pea Stamps
Paper: PTI stampers select white, Sugar Cube, Candy Corn, Oreo Premium Cardstock (Taylored Expressions), Hocus Pocus patterned paper (Taylored Expressions)
Ink: Copic Markers, Dried Marigold Distress Ink, Tuxedo Black (Memento)
Accessories: Little Bits Halloween Scene dies (Taylored Expressions), Banner Stacklets 1 (Taylored Expressions), Zig Zag embossing folder (Taylored Expressions), Banner, Branches and Bloom dies (Taylored Expressions), Black Glitter Ribbon (American Crafts), flowers (Prima), foam tape, Quick Dry Adhesive, glue dots, Stardust Stickles

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