Monday, 4 February 2013

Retro Sketches #49

Hello!

A quick post (I'm in the middle of making dinner and sneaking a blog post) to show you an entry to Retro Sketches #49.
I used PTI Sentiment Signs. Memento Tuxedo Black ink. PTI White card. SU! Daffodil Delight card.

The sketch is this one.
Thanks for coming to visit!

Michelle 
xxx

18 comments:

Lynn said...

Perfect. Love how you highlighted a portion of the sentiment.

Jen W. said...

Clean, crisp, perfect and seriously COOL!

Tracey McNeely said...

Fantastic Michelle, the yellow text box is a great addition.

Kim Heggins said...

Simply beautiful! That little touch of yellow on your card is perfect.

Kristie Goulet said...

Lovely Michelle, the pop of yellow is perfect!! Pinning to CASE later!

Kate W. said...

The sketch couldn't have been interpreted any better. Ta knocked it outta the park!

Kristina said...

I'm usually not a bold and graphic gal, but your card is AMAZING! It completely jumped out at me on the Retro Sketch submission board! Love how you highlight just the one section of the words.

T to the Essa said...

I saw this on Pinterest first (and it WASN'T pinned by you!) and I love it!!

Joyce said...

Wow--this is a brilliant take on the sketch. Will be stealing (oops, I mean CASE-ing!)

Gayatri Murali said...

Fantastic! Innovative take on the sketch. Great work as always, Michelle!

Tasnim said...

Wow this cards is so unique! LOVE the column of sentiments with the pop of yellow! It looks amazing!

Jean said...

Fantastic ~ love how you highlighted part of the sentiment!

Shannon J said...

I LOVE your card - it is a perfect take on the sketch!

Lindsey said...

Absolutely fabulous. I love your take on this sketch (especially since I'm totally loving the graphic style these days). The yellow highlight is genius.

Lindsey said...

Absolutely fabulous. I love your take on this sketch (especially since I'm totally loving the graphic style these days). The yellow highlight is genius.

Lea L. said...

This is awesome! Love its graphic nature, and the pop of yellow!

Kim S said...

What a fantastically creative use of this sketch!! Thanks for joining us at retrosketches!

Carole Pillon said...

I love this designe, great idea.