Monday 10 December 2012

US188 - Happy Birthday to the Music Teacher




 I'm so excited to have been chosen as one of the Top 3 at last week's Unscripted Sketches, for this card.  It was my first time playing and I really love how everyone interpreted the sketch differently, to make it their own.

For this week's sketch:


I turned the sketch on its side and went with an idea that's been in my head for a while. I love to make music cards for musical people and this will be perfect for Kate's piano/vocal teacher (once I find out when her birthday is!). I used the candle from Paper Smooches Hey Sugar set and drew the lines with a ruler. The sentiment is from Hero Arts.


26 comments:

  1. Another brilliant idea! Bithday candles and piano keys...makes perfect sense...once it is on paper.

    Without actually seeing it executed so perfectly, I likely would have said WHAT??? You amaze me!

    The font of the sentiment is perfect for this card - it seems to mimic the candles

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  2. I love the way you think!
    fabulously clever card!
    congrats on the win at Unscripted sketches, another beauty!

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  3. You are so amazingly creative...this is awesome!

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  4. How fun is this?!! Love the piano concept! And just a dab of stickles..your daughter's music teacher will be thrilled. Congrats, btw on the Top 3 at US! Awesome! Bev

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  5. Another very clever card, Ardyth, and so perfect for the recipient - I bet she'll be thrilled!

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  6. Ardyth, I think this is by far one of the smartest and most clever cards I have ever seen! It's gorgeous!

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  7. WHAAAAT?!? Out of this world creative, you are, Ardyth!! Someone should have had a challenge with the theme "use candles for a music-themed card" and you would have been the only entry because no one else would have thought of anything. Beyond amazing.

    Oh, and I hope you do get a chance to play around with the ornaments. I would LOVE to see what you come up with! Warning: they are addictive. You just keep making them.

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  8. Congratulations on the Top 3 honor, Ardy! If you ask me you get the TOP honor for this week's card!! Honestly, I don't even know what to say. You should publish your own magazine of just your cards.

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  9. Love it! In my brain you had turned a piano into candles so I delighted you explained it and the results would be lovely for anyone musically inclined.

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  10. This is so incredibly creative, Ardyth! LOVE it! I always seem to be at a loss when it comes to making cards for the musically inclined! :)

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  11. Genius idea..... Love it!!!
    Jenny x

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  12. Ardyth this is just so creative, the music teacher will love it.

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  13. Love, love, love it. Too bad you can't use this for the handbell cards. I hope you came up with something because I have no clue with stamps.

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  14. Wow, what creativity ... a stunning card! Congrats also on the top 3 at US! Anita :)

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  15. You are just one of the most creative people out there - congrats on your win - well deserved!

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  16. What a clever clever sketch design ... love the glittery sparkle ... so glad you joined us at Unscripted Sketches.

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  17. This is genius!! I never could have visualized such a creative card for a music teacher! Brilliant!!

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  18. Fabulous take on the sketch! Love it! Thanks for playing at Unscripted Sketches this week!

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  19. great card....wonderful take on this week's sketch. I love all the details. Thank you for playing at Unscripted Sketches♥

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  20. I love how it's a piano turned upside-down for the music teacher! What a clever take on the sketch! Thank you for joining us at Unscripted Sketches! :)

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  21. Wow what a great idea...love the candle keys!

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  22. Oh I love this! So fun and creative!

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