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Saturday, July 13, 2013

Rebel Challenge 25: Get Sketchy

For Rebel Challenge #25, we want you to create your own take on our simple sketch layout.  The background can be designer paper, your own inky stylings, embossed panels or a combination of all of them.

You don't even have to stick to cards for this one.  Let's see your journal pages, altered books, box tops, and canvases.

What you must do is

Get Sketchy!

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We reserve the right to delete submissions that do not
follow our guidelines!


Please check our FAQ for all the info on our challenges! Here's the short version.

1) You can use any products to participate in this challenge. You do not have to use Rogue Redhead Designs products but it would be fabulous if you did!

2) Your submission must include some stamping.

3) Please read the directions for the challenge. We like to add a twist here and there. Your submission must be use the sketch featured above for the main design of your card.

4) Only links that are to a single post (ie only to a general blog post) will be accepted.

5) All submission posts need to include a link back to this challenge to be eligible for the challenge prize.  Please note: the challenge must be named in your list and not simply listed by its URL.  Thank you.

6) You can submit up to 3 entries and you may combine this challenge with  only up to 5 other challenges, but more than that and you will disqualify yourself.

One challenge winner will be drawn randomly from the qualified submissions for a $15.00 US voucher at the Rogue Redhead Designs Store. This challenge will end on August 4, 2013. The winner will be announced on August 7, 2013 and will have until September 7, 2013 to claim their prize.

Here's some easy ideas to get you started!

This first sample is a one-layer card put together using 3 of the backgrounds from Behind the Scenes and Meagan from Relish Reading.  To create this style of card, make a reverse oval mask and stamp your main image.  Use the discarded cut oval as a mask for the rest of the card.  I attached it with repositionable TOMBO.  I then masked the right half of the card and lightly added Wild Honey distress ink and overstamped with the Handwriting background.  I then masked the left side and the bottom right corner and did some direct to paper with my distress ink and then overstamped with sequin waste.  From here, I masked the upper right corner and exposed the lower right corner.  I dabbed on some distress ink with a sponge and overstamped with the Handwritten Music background.  After removing all the masks, I colored Meagan in with copic markers and added "Imagination" also from Relish Reading.

Stamps: Meagan and Imagination from Relish Reading;
Handwriting, Handwritten Music and Sequin Waste from Behind the Scenes
(Rogue Redhead Designs)

This example is a super easy card. Just grab all your scraps and have some fun! I've had these bits of coordinating paper for ages and I thought Midge would look terrific in turquoise!  She is so easy to color!  Her stylish look lends itself to so many different looks!

Stamp: Midge from This N That (Rogue Redhead Designs)

You can also go for a texture-based background. For this card, I used a distress ink / alcohol ink background for my Cosmos blossom. To add some feeling of texture, I added some torn cardboard, handmade paper and a raffia bow. I loved the rustic feel of these pieces together!


Stamp: Cosmos Blossom from Floriculture (Rogue Redhead Designs)

Come back and visit our blog over the next month to see some more creations using this sketch. 

Now, it's your turn! Find your creative rebel spirit!

3 comments:

  1. I especially love the last card, so fab, x

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  2. all beautiful. i like this sketch challenge. co

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  3. great sketch and fab samples, jenx

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