Sunday, January 15, 2012

PPRS January Sketch Challenge

Welcome to the Prickley Pear Rubber Stamps January sketch challenge, it's time for another fun sketch from Nicole.  Here is my take on it, I have used a couple of new images from the Valentines release.
I stamped the images with black ink on white cardstock, covered with double sided adhesive sheets and applied micro fine glitter.  The mesh like material is a ribbon I found in the Christmas clearance aisle at Michaels, it's the wired kind so I cut the edges with the wire and sized to fit the panel.
Here is Nicole's sketch.
Everyone is welcome to participate on the challenge, you are not required to use a PPRS image as long as you follow the sketch.  Make sure to link your entry by January 31st. on the PPRS Blog.  One lucky participant will be randomly selected and will receive a $15.00 gift certificate to the PPRS online store.
Can't wait to see you creations!!!

Thanks for stopping by.


Size:  5 1/2" x 8 1/2"
Stamps:  Prickley Pear Rubber Stamps (Ruffle Heart, Vine Flourish)
Inks:  Ranger Archival Ink (Jet Black)
Paper:  Bazzill Cardstock, Bazzill Bling Cardstock, White Cardstock
Accessories:  Cheery Lynn Designs (Polynesian Sails Oval), Grosgrain ribbon, silver ribbon mesh, Pebbles Ink chalks, Want2Scrap silver adhesive rhinestones, Be Creative double-sided adhesive sheets, Crystal Glitter Ritz Micro Fine, pop dots
Challenges:  PPRS January Sketch


  1. intersting sketch!!!! I love your card!!! The details are amazing!

  2. This is SO beautiful, Angelica! I absolutely adore the bold and graphic black and white combo and the fun mesh trim. The images look stunning with their coat of glitter. LOVE!

  3. Beautiful card, Angelica! No one treats glitter like you do, looks fantastic!!!

  4. Hola, te ha quedado una interpretación del sketch preciosa y muy elegante.


  5. This is an AMAZING card! I love the mesh ribbon and the glittery images, and the black and white color scheme is so elegant. Beautiful! ~Hugs, Cheryl


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