Teal Thankful Card

Teal Thankful Card

Hello friends! Today I wanted to share a card that was inspired by three challenges: The Modsquad ChallengeThe Rainbow Card Challenge #32 and The Paper Craft Crew Challenge #440.


This card is on its way to Maria at Kitchen Sink Stamps since she has done so much for the stamping community and I just bought the Bold Thankful die from Simon Says Stamp and CZ Designs on super sale and so thought to use it for this card.  I loved making this card as it was fun, relatively quick and allows me to use up some paper in my stash!  I will have to use this sketch for a few more cards...

To make this card, I took a teal-ish piece of cardstock on and cut it with the largest rectangular die from Gina K's Master Layout 2 die set. I then used the same paper for the thankful die. After die cutting the teal paper with the thankful die, I sprayed some Hero Arts White Iridescent Shimmer Spray and some gold spray in my stash and set it aside to dry. 



Meanwhile, I cut 5 strips of teal paper strips that I had from leftover paper in my stash and arranged them on the teal panel like in the sketch. I decided to add a little bit of washi tape behind and to the right of the two outer strips of paper (teal tape with white flowers). After I was happy with the placement, I glued all of the strips down. 

Next, I added two pieces of washi tape in lieu of the ribbon on the sketch--on the lower third of the card. The larger piece of washi tape is white with some black dots and then added a thinner piece of sparkly light blue paper over the top of the white washi tape.

Then I returned to the sentiment. Now that the teal paper was dry, I die cut two pieces of scrap cardstock with the same thankful die and glued all three layers together. Then I added a scrap of patterned paper (white with teal typewritten words) behind the die cut paper and added the little blue oval inside the a. When all of that dried, I added foam tape behind it and attached it to the card. I then added three light blue gems from Honey Bee Stamps on the bottom right part of the sentiment.  The whole blue panel (with the strips and sentiment) was glued to a white A2-sized card base.


The flower was created using Concord &9th's Fresh Cut Florals Dies-edition 3 on some alcohol-inked Yupo paper. After die cutting Yupo paper, I used my heat embossing tool to melt and curl the edges of the flower petals and then glued the layers together to make the flower. I then used a clear gem from Honey Bee Stamps in the center of the flower. I attached the flower with two layers of foam tape that ended up being attached to both the card base and the blue panel.






Comments

  1. What a great way to use up leftover paper. I have so much of that too and try to use it whenever I can. Great teal card!!! Thank you for sharing it at the Rainbow Card Challenge. Please join us again next month for our September challenge. I'd love to see what you create!!!
    Elena DT

    ReplyDelete
  2. So pretty. Thanks for joining us at The Rainbow Card Challenge, and I hope we see you again soon.
    Hugs,
    Em, DT-Co-ordinator

    ReplyDelete
  3. This card is so awesome! I love the different paper you used for the background. And that flower! I never thought to use heat to curl yupo paper so I will have to try that. Thank you for joining us at the Rainbow Card Challenge! Hugs! Katy, DT :)

    ReplyDelete
  4. What a great card! I love the way you used so many pieces of patterned papers, from the same color family on your card. The shimmer spray was a great way to add sparkle and shimmer. Thanks for joining us at Rainbow Card Challenge.

    sue n.

    ReplyDelete
  5. Gorgeous card. Great to see you in the Rainbow Card Challenge gallery. Hope you will join us again this month too! Nandini, DT

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Summer Treats!

A Red, White, and Blue Flower and Striped Card

Anniversary Card