Twisted Tuesday ~ Sketch

Good Morning! Today's Twisted Tuesday Challenge is a sketch!  I have the sketch posted below and this week's twist is that we were not allowed to use any ribbons or trim.  This is such a fun easy sketch so I hope you'll play along with us this week.  I decided to make a fall card and try my hand at making a pumpkin out of punch art.  I'll post a quick video on how I made my pumpkin.

I began by punching out three scallop ovals and sponged all along the edges.  Then using the 2 step bird punch I created the leaf curls and the leaves.  My pumpkin is placed onto my card using dimensionals.  I wanted to place my sentiment so that it looked like it was hanging from the top of my pumpkin.

My background designer paper strips measure 1 1/4" x 5" and along the bottom I punched them using my scallop border punch.  (I punched the border first and then cut apart the strips).

Here's my video showing how I made my pumpkin.  Hope you like it!  Thanks for looking!

*card #72 out of 100 cards in 100 days goal

Stamps:  Teeny Tiny Wishes
Card Stock:  Very Vanilla, Pumpkin Pie, Old Olive, DSP- Spice Cake
Ink:  More Mustard, Chocolate Chip
Supplies:  Scallop Border Punch, Oval Scallop Punch, 2 Step Bird Punch, Stylus Tool, Word Window Punch, Dimensionals, Large Circle Punch, Coluzzle for 2" Circle
Technique:  Sponging, Punch Art

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Diane - said...

Super cute and I LOVE your videos. New follower.. hugs

:: BlueInks :: said...

Patty, this card is great! I love that you used what I call 'grandma paper'! I love me some grandma paper!

The pumpkin is a great idea. The colors go well. I like the vines too!

Athina said...

Very cute! You are practicing up for the monthly challenge I see! Great pumpkin!

Athina said...

Very cute! You are practicing up for the monthly challenge I see! Great pumpkin!

Diane Clark-Sutton said...

Nice card. Good idea for making the pumpkins. Thanks for the tutorial.