Try Stampin' on Tuesday #566
Try Stampin' on Tuesday #566
Hello friends! Today at Try Stampin' on Tuesday's Challenge #566 we have another sketch to share with you and hope you join us.
Stamps: Altenew's Building Blocks stamp set, SCT Delivered Stamps' Beautiful You (made for their March Crop and Create cardmaking event)
Dies: Gina K Design's Master Layout 2 die set, Rubbernecker Stamps' Slimline Squares Frame and Nested Deckle Rectangle dies, A2-sized stitched rectangle die cut in my stash
Stencil: The Ton Stamps' Lush Peonies Stencil set
Paper: Watercolor paper, patterned paper in my stash, gold glitter cardstock in my stash
Ink: Nocturne and Morning Mist VersaFine Clair ink
Embossing Powder: Ranger's Holographic embossing powder
Washi tape: light blue glitter washi tape, blue raindrop and star pattern tape
Sequins: Honey Bee Stamps' Clear gem stickers
I love taking pre-stamped panels with me when I travel so I can stay crafty with minimal supplies. I colored this panel while visiting family earlier this month and knew that I wanted to use it for this sketch. It was created by stamping SCT Delivered Stamps' Beautiful You (made for their March Crop and Create cardmaking event) on watercolor paper with Nocturne VersaFine Clair ink and heat embossing with Ranger's Holographic embossing powder. It was colored in with a variety of Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers. After returning home, I die cut the panel with the second-largest stitched rectangle die from Gina K Design's Master Layout 2 die set and then ink blended the edges of the panel with some residual yellow ink left over on one of my ink blending brushes.
I then created the polkadotted background panel by gluing a strip of goldenrod polkadotted patterned paper in my stash to the bottom of pink and gold polkadotted paper in my stash and then trimming it with an A2-sized stitched rectangle die cut in my stash.
I then die cut a scrap of gold glitter cardstock in my stash with part of Rubbernecker Stamps' Slimline Squares Frame die just a little bigger than the floral panel is tall to create a fancy edge. The gold glitter cardstock was then tucked behind the floral panel and glued so the decorative edge is visible. I then trimmed the top and bottom edge of the edge.
The sentiment from Altenew's Building Blocks stamp set was stamped onto a scrap of watercolor paper with Nocturne VersaFine Clair ink and heat embossing with Ranger's Holographic embossing powder. I then trimmed the sentiment with a pair of scissors.
To assemble the card, I glued the floral panel with the decorative edge at an angle to mimic the sketch onto the pink and goldenrod background. I then glued the sentiment on the bottom right part of the panel (for this sentiment, having it hang off the panel like the sketch looked weird). I then added three Honey Bee Stamps' Clear gem stickers below the floral panel. Finally, the whole thing was glued onto an A2-sized white card base.
This card was made with a stenciled image I had made at a recent stamping convention with The Ton Stamps' Lush Peonies Stencil set and some of The Ton's inks. I trimmed this stenciled image with the same second-largest stitched rectangular die from Gina K Design's Master Layout 2 die set and again ink blended around the edges with some residual blue ink on an ink blending foam. The decorative left edge was created by die cutting a strip of scrap cardstock with a light blue glitter washi tape strip with one of the medium sized dies from Rubbernecker Stamps' Nested Deckle Rectangle dies. I then glued it behind the floral panel so that the edge peeked out to mimic the sketch again.
This time the sentiment was stamped with Morning Mist VersaFine Clair ink and heat embossed with more of the Holographic embossing powder.
The background panel was created by adding two strips of a blue raindrop and star patterned washi tape onto some blue polkadotted pattern paper and then again die cutting it with an A2-sized stitched die in my stash.
After gluing the floral panel and sentiment to the blue card panel, I added three more of the Clear gem stickers right below the sentiment and then glued the whole thing to an A2-sized white card base.
We hope you are able to join us this week on Try Stampin' on Tuesday. Thanks for reading!
Anna, both of your cards are gorgeous! Smart idea to take the coloring image with you on vacation so you could color it at your leisure. Such a great job of coloring, and your stenciled lush peonies are jaw-dropping beautiful!! -DonnaReplyDelete