Wednesday, August 8, 2012

New Rubber - and it is so COOL!

Ok, so Growing Hearts  is a design that Bombshell has had for a while, but it is new to me, and I HAD to have it because of the little heart that was on there. I mean seriously - the heart is SOooooo Coooollllll!!! It has the Aorta, and arteries and you can see the atria. COOL. It was the perfect time, because it is SKETCH time over at Bombshell, so I decided to use my little heart and make a cool card.

The sketch that Kathi made this month was really intense. Ok... so it was for me, because as you know I don't do multiple pattern paper very well. So it was truly a sketch CHALLENGE. I used the Sentiment from Growing Hearts as the center piece instead of the little piece in the corner. Because I HAD to use the heart on here, and the sizes well... you can see why I had to switch it up a bit.

The paper is all 7 Gypsies. The heart was colored with R 24, 27, 29, 39 and 59. The greens are G21, 24, 28 and a little bit of YG25 on the leaves themselves. The red on the sentiment is airbrushed R27.

Ok, now that you have seen mine,  I am going to send you over to the Bombshell Blog. Seriously - you should really look... especially if you are interested in any of the Bombshell stamps, because in support of the 5th anniversaary of Bombshell Stamps the Sketch challenge is NOT LIMITED TO BOMBSHELL STAMPS. You heard that right... I screamed it... you better have heard it. You can use ANY stamp on this challenge with a chance to win a $20 gift certificate to Bombshell Stamps!!! So if you wanted to try out a challenge, and win somem Bombshells - this is now your chance!



  1. I LOVE this! You did an amazing job mixing your patterns, and I also love that heart! I may need to get that set now.... ;) Great job, you made an amazing card!

  2. Great take on the sketch. I know it had a lot of layering, but the previous sketches had been simpler, so I had to challenge you all. :D

    This is such a stunning card. I love that heart as a flower. I love the papers you used. And I adore that color scheme.