Some more play time. I should be cleaning house, but didn't feel like it just yet today. I got a little ambitious yesterday and tackled the weeds in the strawberry patch. While it looks much better, I'm very sore and sunburned. And, it's not quite done. Maybe later today, if it dries out.
Anyway, on to the stamping. Today I played with the Sketch Challenge at Stampin' Royalty. Here is what I came up with:
based on this sketch:
My card base is Poppy Parade, with another layer of Poppy Parade over that. The main purpose of the 2nd layer was to hide the back of the ribbon. The ribbon is attached at either side of the layer, with a "Mary Brown" bow attached in the center. An Antique Brad is in the center "knot". I used the embossing resist technique with the First Edition DSP (in the Occasions Mini but still available to order). The stems of the Fabulous Florets image were stamped on the DSP in Versamark and embossed with Clear Embossing powder. The flowers were done on scraps of DSP and also embossed. Over the stems I used a sponge dauber to apply Pear Pizzazz ink, and on the flowers, Poppy Parade. A little different look with the layered on flowers-I'm still trying to decide if I like it. The flowers were cut out and attached with a dimensional. 'just for you' from Teeny Tiny Wishes is the greeting at the bottom.
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SU! Catalog Supplies used: 123027 Fabulous Florets Clear (123025 Wood) * 115370 Teeny Tiny Wishes * 119793 Poppy Parade Card Stock * 119795 Pear Pizzazz Card Stock * 121045 Basic Black Card Stock * 101650 Very Vanilla Card Stock * 121878 First Edition DSP * 119784 Pear Pizzazz Classic Ink * 119782 Poppy Parade Classic Ink * 117273 Antique Brads * 119263 Poppy Parade 1/2" Stitched-Poly Ribbon * 102283 Versamark Pad * 102892 Sponge Daubers * 109130 Clear Stampin' Emboss Powder * 100005 Heat Tool * 104430 Stampin' Dimensionals * 119863 Small Oval Punch * 119849 Modern Label Punch