Tuesday, October 27, 2015

VLV October Week 4 Sketch

VLV Oct 2015 Week 4 photo VLVOctWk4pic.jpg

It's recap time over on the Viva La Verve blog and this week Chrystine has provided the sketch.

I had a tough time with this one and though I got it done, I'm not sold on it.  Just one of those cards that not matter what I tried I wasn't sold on it.  But life happens and I like to keep things real so here is my take on the sketch.

Used the Romans 12:12 verse from Good Work for my card.  Such a powerful verse which so aptly outlines some key points to live by.  Framed the verse with the flowers from the set using the co-ordinating Good Work Flower die set and since things were quite unbalance on the card I used longer tails on the oragne bow to fill in the space.

Want some added inspiration for this sketch?  Head on over to the Viva La Verve blog and browse the gallery.  In addition, you can see who I spotlighted this week.

Enjoy your day!

What's In It?

Stamps:   Good Work (Verve Stamps)
Paper:  Capella (Basic Grey), Always Artichoke, Kraft, Creamy Caramel (Stampin' Up)  
Ink: Black
Accessories:   Good Work Dies, Sprightly Sprigs (A Cut Above by Verve Stamps), Orange Seam Binding (Summer Sailing Ribbon Collection Verve Stamps), Button, Twine, Brown Half Pearls, Glue Dot, Dimensionals


Lynn said...

Beautiful Marisa! I am sold on it...love how you've colored the flowers.

Team Clark said...

This is so very pretty Marisa! Love these great colors!

Lyn said...

Such a gorgeous card <3

Bonnie said...

Love these pretty, Fall colors and that awesome bow!

Julee (Vervegirl) said...

This is gorgeous, Marisa. Love that big beautiful bow and the fun earthy colors.

Anonymous said...

Another beautiful card Marisa :-)

CherylQuilts said...

Beautiful card, Marisa, and a great take on the sketch. I just LOVE this Scripture verse! Hugs!

Vicki Dutcher said...

Fabulous use of the sketch!

nwilliams6 said...

Great colors on this super card Marisa. I really like that sentiment and they ways you have used it. Well done. Hugz

cm said...

Well, you've *sold* me with you lovely card, Marisa..the papers are lovely, the verse, powerful, the clusters of flowers, eye-catching! You've mastered, wonderfully, a most challenging sketch!