Friday, August 19, 2011

Add-on Week, Part 5

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Add-on Sketch #8

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"Treat" by Suzanna Lee
Supplies - Cardstock: Coredinations; Patterned Paper: SEI, October Afternoon, Basic Grey; Stickers: SEI; Bling: Imaginesce; Punches: EK Success; Letter Stickers: American Crafts; Pen: Marvy, Sakura; Misc: Stickles; layout sketch: Valerie Salmon;

The biggest variation here is that I folded the cone edges in behind the cone to give it some dimension. I still used the stripes as per the sketch and the triangular base. But, as per the suggested variations, I flipped it and made it into an ice cream cone. You could hand stitch the criss cross patterns of the ice cream cone.


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"I Love You" by Amy Roller
Supplies - Patterned paper/Cardstock: unknown, Stampin Up!, Lasting Impressions, Bazzill Shimmer;
Stamps/Dies: Papertrey Ink; Ink: Stampin Up!; Flower: Prima; Border strips: K&Company, Close To My Heart; Felt: Papertrey Ink; Pearl: Close To My Heart; Other: Thread, Rhinestones

I decided to flip the sketch and use it as a bouquet of flowers. I kept the scallop from the bottom and added it to the top border of the bouquet.


I stuck with the shape and made it sort of a pocket for the flowers. The flowers are my version of the "poof" that sits on top of the hat. It's all there just a little rearranged!

To start, I hand cut the triangle shape and made it into a 3-D pocket with the border trim attached. I then cut a pattern and solid strip to add across the front of the project. I put the pocket down on top of this and used a die to cut the "you" out and adhered it down as well. Next, I stamped the "I love" above it.

For the flowers I used border strips that I rolled up and held with adhesive. I then "folded" the edges of the strips down to make flowers. I then added a pearl and rhinestone to the handmade flowers. For the last and middle flower, I used a Prima flower with more pieces of the green border strip to make leaves behind the flowers. The two handmade flowers also have a die cut felt flower base.

Last I stitched a border around the base of the whole piece.

I will be putting this in a shadow box frame in my home.

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"Fan" by Suzanna Lee
Supplies - Cardstock: Coredinations; Patterned Paper: Scenic Route, My Mind's Eye, Jenni Bowlin, Creative Imaginations; Dimensional Stickers: Jolee's, K&Company; Buttons: Blumenthal, Favorite Findings; Letter Stickers: Heidi Grace; Stickers: My Mind's Eye, Scenic Route, Jenni Bowlin; Twine: The Twinery; Ticket: My Mind's Eye

It's not a hat, it's not an ice cream cone, but a banner. I used the basic triangle shape and flipped it. I kept the decorations at the top and the bottom.


I even kept the stripes; they run horizontal instead. And, rather than creating them all, I just used a stripey paper. The Cubs logo was an addition to complete the banner. Go Cubbies!
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5 comments:

dawn said...

Way to go on all three of these projects. They all came out great and creative. This has been a super add-on week. Thanks ladies!!

Crystal aka Caitlynsmommy said...

I have to say the versatility of this sketch is my favorite add on sketch thus far! Great job ladies!

Lynette said...

Amy I love your little bouquet of flowers.

This sketch can be used for so many purposes.

COScraps said...

OWw the ice cream cone is cute....Love the card but must say Love the Cubs banner.....Go Cubbies!!!!
Nice job ladies....

COScraps said...

Oops thats was supposed to be Wow!!!