This week's Weekend Sketch Challenge is perfect for Inchies, isn't it?!! I'll go ahead and wait a moment while you take a second look around to make sure you are visiting the blog you think you are! I don't know if you've ever noticed, but I don't do a lot of simple WHITE ... it just scares me, LOL! I love clean and simple white cards I see other people make but somehow I just never pull it off. But it seemed right for my idea for this card, so I went with it!
I also went back to my basic white Inchie Arts Inchie Squares ... lined four of them up and stamped Karen Lockhart's Millinery Holiday Ribbon across them with Memento Bamboo Leaves ink and then colored them with these Copic markers: YG95, YG95, G24, R37 and Copic Spica Glitter Pens in Melon (on the holly leaves) and Olive (greenery).
The first White Inchie Square was stamped with Karen Lockhart's new Noel sentiment in Memento Rhubarb Stalk ink and the Inchie Square outlined with the Copic R37 marker.
Those pretty glittery chipboard numbers (covered with Candy Cane Stickles) were left over from my Advent Calendar project (one post below this one), and were still laying out on my desk, so I popped those into the pretty Cuttlebug Flourished Frame I embossed on the white notecard. A strip of BasicGrey Eskimo Kisses paper was punched with Martha Stewart's Simple Scallop edger punch and placed behind the Inchie Squares. Easy peasy, quick & simple!
If you haven't visited here this week, you'll want to check out my Copic giveaway post two below this one ... you can still enter for the chance to win the Copic product of your choice up until tomorrow night (Saturday)! Have a wonderful weekend and we hope you'll play along with this sketch!
Stamps: Lockhart Stamp Company Millinery Holiday Ribbon & Noel sentiment
Paper: PTI Stamper's Select White Notecard, Basic Grey Eskimo Kisses
Ink: Memento Rhubarb Stalk & Bamboo Leaves, Copic markers & Spica glitter pens (listed above)
Accessories: Inchie Arts White Inchie Squares, Cuttlebug Flourished Frame embossing folder, Martha Stewart Simple Scallop edger punch, chipboard numbers, Candy Cane Stickles, foam tape