Welcome back to my second post tonight! The card I’m sharing is for the latest sketch challenge at Freshly Made Sketches. This week our sketch has been designed by the wonderfully talented Kim Singdahlsen.
Christmas cards have been put on the back burner for the last couple of weeks while I continued my love for florally feminine cards and wedding cards.
I am using Stampin’ Up!s Holly Berry Happiness stamp set for my card. This set is a two step stamp set. This means that there is an outline image and one that colours the centre. The berries are also stamped with the same process. These stamps are perfect for when you don’t have a lot of time to watercolour or use markers to give your images colour. Of course I then slow down the whole process by fussy cutting, but I just can’t help myself!
The sentiment I have used is also from Holly Berry Happiness. I have heat embossed the sentiment with White Embossing Powder on Basic Black Cardstock. The strips of DSP in the background are from Foil Frenzy Speciality Designer Series Paper. I like the glitzy feel of this DSP with the shiny copper chevrons. To finish off my card, I added some Black Bakers Twine and Copper Sequins.
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The card I’m sharing tonight is for the latest sketch challenge at Freshly Made Sketches. Our sketch has been designed by Jen Mitchell. I am in love with Jen’s gorgeously clean lines and perfect choice of stamps and colours.
This card came together so easy! I totally love it when that happens. I hadn’t opened up my pack of Foil Frenzy Specialty Designer Series Paper yet (gasp!) and thought it would work well with Jen’s sketch. I chose the chevron DSP from the pack and the back of another sheet to layer behind it. I really love the kraft colour in these papers.
The stamp set I chose to use was one that I haven’t used in a while – the set is called Remarkable You. These flowers have stems on them, but I chose to cut them off for my card as I couldn’t quite place the flowers like I wanted and work the stems in. The leaves are also from this set. As always, I have fussy cut them, because I like layers and also enjoy the fussy cutting time. My flower is lightly watercoloured with Peekaboo Peach Ink and my leaves are coloured with Old Olive Ink.
The sentiment I have used is from Four You. Yes, it’s one of my favourites as I like the font and the size of the sentiment. I’ve heat embossed the sentiment with White Embossing Powder on to Basic Black Cardstock. Under my sentiment I have used some Black Bakers Twine and an off cut strip of the kraft cardstock punched with my Ticket Tear Border Punch.
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