Today's card is for the challenge over at Stampin' Fun & Friends. Click on the link to register for this great event. It is not too late to do so. There have been so many great ideas for creating lovely card sets including a matching box/bag to go with them.
Our first challenge CherylAnn set us is to create a Project, Card, 3-D Item or Scrapbook Page going by this lovely spring photo. Isn't that flower just gorgeous?
Base Card - More Mustard - 8 1/4" x 4 1/8" or 21cm x 15cm - Scored in the middle & folded in half
Layer 1 - Bravo Burgandy - 5 3/8" x 3 7/8" or 14cm x 10cm
Layer 2 - Very Vanilla - 5 1/4" x 3 3/4" or 13.5cm x 9.5cm
Stamp Set - Nature Walk, French Foliage
Inks - Bravo Burgandy, Garden Green, More Mustard, Always Artichoke
Cardstock - Bravo Burgandy, More Mustard, Very Vanilla
DSP - First Edition Speciality
Punches - Scallop Oval
Ribbon - 1/2" Seam Binding - Always Artichoke
Accessories - Regal Buttons - More Mustard, Snail Adhesive, Mini-Glue Dots, Sponge Dauber, Very Vanilla Spritz, Paper Piercer, Silver Brad
|Close up of Flower with Button |
I randomly stamped my images onto the piece of Very Vanilla Cardstock using Garden Green, Always Artichoke, More Mustard & Bravo Burgandy Inks. With the Always Artichoke Ink, I did stamp off twice prior to stamping onto the Very Vanilla Cardstock.
I carefully layered all pieces on top of each other, pierced a hole in the middle with my Paper Piercer, added a Silver Bard to the centre & squashed my flower until I was happy with the shape.
Once the flower was dry, I added a small button to the centre with a Mini-Glue Dot, tied a double bow with the Ribbon, attached to the card with another Mini-Glue Dot & adhered the flower in the centre of the bow, so that it looked a little like leaves.
Since the photo was taken, I again sponged the edges of the flower in Bravo Burgandy to bring out the colour a little more & to take away the pink tinge.
I haven't added a greeting/sentiment to my card as you are probably all aware, I mostly post blank cards or will add the greeting later when I know what I am going to use it for.
Until next time, Happy Stampin'