*singsong voice* It's time for a Nacho sketch challenge! Behold:
I thought this would be a great sketch for using up some smallish scraps of patterned paper, and lucky for me, when I opened up my box o' DSP scraps, I found lots of Fresh Prints (of Bel Air) bits just waiting to be made into a card. I knew I was saving all those long skinny scraps for something!
Please ignore the dog hair stuck on the middle of the card. How the heck did that even get on there?! I'll tell you how, it's like the sign my friend Tiana made for me--home is where the dog hair sticks to everything but the dog! Good grief.
Anywha, the starburst accent is only on there because I managed to smudge the white embossing powder on the bottom edge of the H while it was still warm, so I used the bitty starburst to cover it up. I'm sure you've noticed by now that I rotated the sketch, but to save you any undue neck strain, here's the challenge graphic rotated:
I was an overachiever and did six banners on my card, but I only did one horizontal bit so let's say the second horizontal bit succumbed to gravity and turned into a banner instead. You know what? I shouldn't be writing blog posts this late at night.
Go check out what the other Nachos have done with this sketch, and then try it out for yourself! As I said before, it's a great way to use up some scraps.
Supplies, all SU!
Stamps: Perfectly Penned, Starburst Sayings
Ink: Versamark, Coastal Cabana
Paper: Real Red, Whisper White, Fresh Prints of Bel Air (I just can't help myself)
Accessories: Starburst Framelits, Brights Candy Dots, white EP, Dimensional