Happy Easter! This is my second post today. You can find my Paper Players card here.
Today has been one of the very few days in months that I got to play in my craft room just for the fun of it. It's a beautiful sunny day and I was inspired by the unique sketch across at Freshly Made Sketches.
I have a die that I bought a couple of months ago from The Greetery called Morning Glory and it is part of their Botanicuts family. I used a stencil - also from The Greetery to create the four boxes from the sketch at Freshly Made. Here's a close up:
Here's the sketch from Freshly Made:
I die-cut and blended all of the elements from the Morning Glory dies and then assembled them. I also die-cut a second layer to add a little strength to the colored version. I used the Color Spots stencil to create the 4 distinct areas of the sketch onto a piece of white card stock using a slightly lighter color of ink than I used for the morning glories. I used a stitched rectangle die to allow me to create a frame for the focal image. I added a sentiment and mounted the morning glory onto the base with some foam dots. I also backed the stencilled layer with 4 pieces of cardstock to provide a gap between the base of the card and the focala layer.
Here's my full card:
Well, I am going back into my crafting area to see if there are any other challenges that inspire me to create a card! I hope you are all enjoying your Easter Sunday. Warm hugs and prayers for those of you who need a little lift today
- Dies: Botanicuts Morning Glory - The Greetery
- Stamps: Baby Face Sentiments - The Greetery
- Stencil: Color Spots - The Greetery