Global Design Project #026 | Sketch Challenge

It’s “Sketch Challenge Week”, love Sketch Challenge’s

because someone else has come up with the card design and I just have to add my design elements to it.

Well…..I can play around with it, its the inspiration.

This weeks Challenge was designed by Teneale Williams.

Sketch Challenge.Really like this one….so much you can do.

Here is my take on Teneale’s layout.


I have kept it very simple as I wanted the Water Colour to be the focus.

I have done this technique before and really love it, because you don’t know what you are going to end up with.

I  used a product called ” Frog Tape”, delicate surface , a painters tape which I purchased from “Masters”

My edges didn’t come out as crisp as I would have liked ..but I’m not worried as I think it adds to the beauty and flightiness of the butterfly.

It is a little fiddly cutting the masking and then placing it on the card stock, but I made my join down the middle to make it easy.

I love the richness of the colours and they worked well with the Bohemian Designer Series Paper.

Hope you enjoy…

Table built using Product Table Builder by The Crafty Owl – Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator.

9 thoughts on “Global Design Project #026 | Sketch Challenge

  1. Hi Michelle, love this card and the technique you have used. Thanks for sharing. X Bibi

    • admin

      Glad you liked it Bibi

  2. Such a great card. Thank´s for playing with us.
    Hugs Tanja

    • admin

      Thanks Tanja

  3. Great watercoloring! Thank-you for taking the Global Design Project Challenge this week!

  4. A gorgeous card Michele! Love that technique and the colours you chose look wonderful together! Thanks so much for joining in with this week’s Global Design Project!

    • admin

      Thanks Jess

  5. Michele – What a beautiful treatment on this butterfly! I absolutely love the striped lines down the side – great use of that paper. Thank you so much for playing along with this week’s Global Design Project sketch challenge!

    • admin

      Thanks Brian

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