Saturday, April 20, 2013

Feature on Scrap Rendez-Vous

ETA: adding this after the fact to the Tuesday Trigger, as it uses the same circle graph pattern



and here's the card with the circle graph that was sneak-peeked below (for details, go here):


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I was so excited and honored when my super-talented and artistic friend Alexandra asked me to join Scrap Rendez-Vous to share a sketch and some cards! Here are some sneaks of three different cards based on the same sketch. Please head on over to check them out if you're interested : ) They also have a month-long challenge based on this sketch if you want to play along.





Thanks so much for looking!
-Kelly

34 comments:

  1. Love them all...genius designs...especially the baby card...it really does look like the texture of a soft knitted blanket!!! Who knew layering die cuts could give so much pretty texture!

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  2. I would love to come see how your brain works someday. You have so many creative ideas.

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  3. Hi Kelly, went over to scrap rendez vous (in France?) for a good look ... all three cards are amazing ... the simplicity of the first, the layered dies on the second, the stunning colours on the third ... you've truly shown how versatile your beautifully simple sketch is! Anita :)

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  4. Congratulations, Kelly! I'm so delighted to see your stunning work EVERYWHERE!! Such well-deserved recognition! Mwah!! Darnell

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  5. I visited Alexandra's blog to see your cards - awesome! TFS ;-)

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  6. Super cards. What a fun feature, too. Did you do the French, too?

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    1. Hahaha, no, the French was from Alexandra. I can understand some of it, but certainly not come up with it!

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  7. Great cards Kelly! Love the sketch and loving all the different techniques you used....tried to comment over there, but for whatever reason it wasn't working for me.

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  8. Such a cute sketch Kelly and your work is fantastic as always! Congrats on your guest spot!!

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  9. Y'know, I think you were leading me a merry dance with all this 'I find sketches challenging' talk! You totally rocked this - not only are all three cards such great ways to derive from the sketch, but you also came up with the sketch?! You rock at this!! My favourite it the literal one, the colours just speak out to me and I love all the little logos and icons!! The third one with the sort-of tie dye effect rocks too, and the middle one is just signature clever you!

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  10. Congrats and AWESOME creations!!! You ROCK!!!

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  11. Okay, back from popping over to scrap rendez-vous...you do know that I love all your projects but I know that you know which one is my FAV:)

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  12. Congrats Kelly! Wonderful creative cards! Always! Still loving the display spool you found.

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  13. Wow! It's amazing how you got 3 completely different cards from the one sketch. I love the 'weaving' on the baby card and the tie dye feel of the 3rd. As always, I stand in awe of your creativity!

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  14. great peeks & heading over to check them out - LOVE what I see so far, especially "peace love Starbucks"

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  15. Congrats on being featured, heading over now...... : )

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  16. I have so much catching up to do on your blog my Friend!
    Just wanted to thank You for accepting our invitation to guest-design!
    we are so honored you said yes Kelly!!

    Big Hugs from Paris~

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  17. Love how you created three totally different cards from that sketch! And I had a lot of fun making a card based on you sketch too! Thank you so much for guestposting for us and thaks for your kind comment!
    Pascale

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  18. I'm floored by the way your brain works! Three very different and totally amazing takes on such a simple sketch! And I bet you have tons of ideas still floating around in your creative mind...

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  19. LOVE your cards- especially the last one. I went over to Scrap Rendez-Vous, but did not want to leave a comment, because of the word recogniton hurdle - I can't deal with that - too much trouble to try to decipher - perhaps they could turn that off and use comment moderation - just a suggestion. I am probably not the only one, who has trouble with that.....

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  20. Fabulous take from the TT photo!

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  21. This is so RAD!! Love it, Kelly!

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  22. Hey Kelly! Thanks for linking this up to this week's Tuesday Trigger in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

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  23. Woo hooo! Congrats on your Trigger win! Love this card even more...

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  24. Kelly, big congratulations on your Trigger win! Wonderful colours and design and I love the amazing effect you achieved!

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  25. Congratulations for ur trigger target, this card had to win :) it is perfection :) u are awesome Kelly, love all ur projects

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  26. FANTASTIC work Kelly! I love the use of the mask~

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  27. The masking in this is just superb! I love the frayed edge and the neutral background frames your focal point so nicely. Congrats on your TT win.

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  28. Wow, what a great card! Love the effect. Congrats on the Target

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  29. Excellent take on the Tuesday trigger! So glad I stumbled upon your blog! congrats on the win! Gotta get that mask for sure!

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I absolutely love reading comments. Thanks so much for stopping by and taking the time to leave one! - Kelly