I love Wednesdays as it means a new sketch to showcase Stampin’ Up! goodies that have taken my fancy for my card! This weeks sketch at Freshly Made Sketches has been designed by the uber talented Cecile Ribon. She’s also super talented at sketch designing!
The daisy I have used is from Stampin’ Up!s Daisy Delight which is totally fun to colour. I stamped the outline in Black Archival Ink and then water coloured with a bit of Hello Honey Ink and then added a bit of black with my black watercolour pencil to add definition to the flower. I then stamped some ink splatters in the backgroundfrom Swirly Bird in Basic Black Ink. The leaves are cut with dies from Flourish Thinlits and my sentiment is from Big on Birthdays. I embossed my sentiment with white embossing powder – a look I love for sentiments. My circles are cut with circle dies and the smidge of DSP you can see is from Pop of Pink Specialty DSP – which is now retired.
Here’s my card:
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There’s a new sketch waiting for you at Just Add Ink and this week I’m the sketch designer. As always when I design a sketch, I’ve got NO clue what card I’m going to create. In fact I created two because I wasn’t sure which one I liked best…..same sketch, but each so different.
Here’s the sketch I came up with:
The first of my cards is a shaker card. Stampin’ Up!s Life Me Up is such a versatile stamp set that lends itself to either a feminine card or a masculine card. Because I’ve used a bit of bling and gold ribbon, I think I’ll give this card to a female. The DSP I’ve used is from Urban Underground Specialty Designer Series Paper. I made sure I stocked up on this before it retires.
Here’s the second card I made. I used the sketch to make a Mother’s Day card for my mum with some new Stampin’ Up! goodies. The Daisy Delight Bundle is going to be a favourite for sure. When I first joined Stampin’ Up!, I purchased every coordinating stamp set and punch bundle there was. They really make stamping and cutting so easy. The colours I’ve used are Berry Burst and Lemon Lime Twist (you’ve probably noticed my love for these colours in my last couple of cards!). The background behind my stitched circle was created by the smooshing technique and ink splatters from Swirly Bird. I was in the mood on the weekend for mastering this technique and ended up with really inky fingers!
The design team have created the most gorgeous cards this week. I totally love them all! Head over to Just Add Ink and get ready to be inspired by them.
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