So...what is the OPPOSITE of sweet cupcakes? I figure pirate ships and skulls are pretty much it! I have a real twist on today's cupcake challenge. I have this new Stamp of the Month set from Cornish and I just had to ink it up! What a fun set!
It is the time of the year when either spooky/pirate type cards are hot so why not use one of Taylor's fabulous sketches to play!
I did want to show you this close up of my ship. I used pigment black ink to stamp it (so you don't see the patterned paper through) and then I did a fun row of microbrads to add some dimension to this ship. It is stamped on Ambrosia patterned paper and I thought all the fun swirls mimicked the waves of sea.....matey!
Here is the whole card. If you look close I followed Taylors' sketch. I used my spellbinder nesties to cut out all my circles. Something that I didn't plan was the dark circle popping through the eye of the skull....it just worked that way with the patterned paper....Don't you LOVE it when things like that just happen!
Here are all this card's details:
Ahoy Matey (Kim Hughes) by Cornish Heritage Farms
Black Adirondack Pigment Ink (Ranger)
Ambrosia Patterned Paper (Basic Grey)
Micro Brads (Creative Impressions)
Grungeboard (Tim Holtz)
Clear embossing powder
Circle Nestability Die Cuts (Spellbinders)
Here is the sketch so you can play along in TAYLOR'S challenge.
Don't forget to see what the rest of the cupcake crew came up with:
Stephanie Hargis: Steph's Stampin' Stuff
Vicki Chrisman: This Art that makes me Happy
Jami Sibley: More is More
Monika Davis: M.A.D. Stamper
Ana Wohlfahrt: Ink A Stamp
Donna Baker: Stamp A Maniac
Jackie Pedro: The Scalloped Edge
The cupcake sampler this week is Angela! You can find all her fun creations on her blog HERE!
Have a good one Matey!