Saturday, May 16, 2009

Unscripted Sketch # 6...





It's Saturday yeeha, gotta love it! No work, no getting up early to get the kiddo's ready for school, but most importantly a brand new sketch from Unscripted Sketches just waiting for your creative minds!



I want you to know this was one of the easiest cards I've ever created thanks to my Baby Cricut and the Wild Card Cartridge. Don't you love triangular backdrop, I didn't buy this card for the creation of the cards but all the great features on it.
I cut out a 5 7/8 x 5 7/8 in piece of black card stock and adhered it to a white card stock base. I utilized the Cricut to cut out a 5 1/2 and a 3 in triangular backdrop. I layered onto several scraps of card stock, keep that stash visible to the eye so you'll use it! I used some flower brads I got 4+ years ago, some ribbon,a quartered circle, and a Happy Birthday sentiment. Oh yeah there are some thin strips os patterned paper on each side of the card just for the sake of doing it. I hope all the DT results set you off into creative mode, have a terrific day and go make something! Beth aka BR-T

12 comments:

Caryl P said...

Okay, now I see what I'm missing by not having a Cricut. This is fabulous work, I love it!

Lisa Foster said...

WOW! This is totally FABULOUS!!! I LOVE IT!!! Fantstic work!

Steph said...

I think this is my favorite so far! Absolutely beautiful! Love everything about it!

Sarah said...

I love those little scraps you added...they just make it so perfect. The cricut triangles look wicked cool!
Wonderful as always!!!

Robin Gibson said...

Ok, cricut should be paying you for this little spot here my friend! Your card is the best advertisement they could DREAM of, for this cartridge! I wanted one B-A-D...but didn't get it cuz I have a baby bug, and wanted to cut bigger cards. But now I see the versatility of it! Might have to go and get one afterall!
LOVE, and I mean L-O-V-E this card! SOOOOO artistic! I could stare at it for a looooong period of time! Love how you used stash, and 'old' stuff, (I do try to do this too!). You have such a talent for mixing elements SO perfectly!!You are my design-hero :D

Priscilla said...

It is like a "Piccaso" I always look forward to what you will come up with next..you have a fan in me :)

Sandra1968 said...

A great card and I already wondered how you had cut out all those triangles, but now I know you got help from your friend Cricut :-)
It's fabulous!

Amy Schultz said...

Awesome, You are truly unique and always have inspiring work :) Even my hubby looks forward to checking out what you have on here!

I have an award for you on my blog :) come on over and get it here:

http://amylizschultz.blogspot.com/

Pat said...

Oooooh some modern art! it's fabulous, i absolutely love it, how do you do it?
You've surpassed yourself this time.
I haven't been visiting a few blogs for a few days cos my pc is very slow so it's hard to see everyone and i am scared it's gonna blow up any day :) It's getting old!
Anyway, Great Job!
Hugs xx
Pat

Eileen said...

Very Creative card.
Have you seen my post about the bird? I have been in to look at it this morning and it has disappeared. I nearly emailed you to ask what to do with it seeing as you seem to know about birds.
luv
eileen

Dena said...

Hi Beth,
I nominated you for the Lemonade Stand award. Thanks for all the inspiration from your equisite art!
Dena

Fink said...

Love all the detail! Great job