Thursday, November 3, 2011

Sketch Frenzy Friday 11-04-11

Hello to all my blogging friends, I hope this post finds you all well and happy!

My! Where did this week go? I tell you it seems as of late that I have been really busy and no time to stamp!!!I know crazy right!
Well when I saw Tina Munzke's sketch for this week, this scene just popped into my head. I don't even know anyone who golfs or I would give it to them lololol. I am sure I was inspired by another creative artist at one time who made a golf ball out of the circle punch and the Polka Dot Impression Folder to make theirs. I used the SU Circle Die #2 to make this golf ball and added some Crumb Cake sponging for depth and a dirty/used look to it. I just wish I could direct you to her /their blogs. I am not going to take credit for the golf ball, but I did make the grass and clouds.  I scrunched up and wet a strip of Always Artichoke card stock to break down the fibers then pulled it apart to make the close up of the grass. I used a scallop circle and a sponge with Bashful Blue ink to make the clouds
Doesn't this sketch look like a perfect golfing card.
So if you get any inspiration from my interpretation of this sketch this card is "FORE" you hehe.

This is what I did with the inside.

You will now be able to hop on over to see what Robbie Rubula has in store for us  . I too am excited to see what the rest of the ladies have done with this sketch. If you would like to play along please download your card here

Have a great weekend stay warm and I hope you and I find some time to create.


Craftystamper said...

You have quite the imagination. Love it

Carey said...

WOW, that is really kewl. Thanks for sharing it with me.

Carey and roscoe (Hi Marley and Bear)

Deb said...

This is awesome! And the inside sentiment is perfect! So clever! Thanks for sharing!

Ann Schach said...

Very creative...and oh, so cute! Fabulous job with the sketch!

inkedx2 said...

This is fantastic! So creative to see it as a hole on a golf green!

Susan (rainy) said...

Absolutely PERFECT, Patrice. Love that golf ball!