I have 2 more cards to share today...I really love this week’s sketch at CAS(E) This Sketch, so I created another card using a stencil.
Just before the Stenciled class started, I bought a package of Martha Stewart stencils, and although most of them are too big for a card, I liked this small sailboat. I die cut the circle, and used distress inks to create the image.
For my next card, I used 2 Hero Arts stamps which I've seen on cards by dozens of card artists (I'm always late for the party). I finally put them in my cart so I could play with them too, and stamp them up for this week’s challenge at The Card Concept. We are being asked to create a card using a ‘Floral Theme’, and while I didn’t go with the color combo in the inspiration photo, I did use a lot of flowers! I’m not sure which category this card falls into ~ I think it’s either Clean & Layered or Classy & Elegant...hopefully, the DT gals will know for sure!
I stamped the Delicate Blossoms with Versamark and colored them in with my Copics. I also made masks for the flowers and stems and stamped the Old Letter Writing script on to the card base. Then, since I was already stepping way out of my comfort zone, I used Bitty Dot patterned papers and vellum butterflies!
Well, that’s it for me...Take care ~
Stamps: Clearly Besotted Stamps - Say it in Style
Ink: Versamark; Hero Arts - Pool, Soft Pool; Tim Holtz Distress Inks - Salty Ocean, Festive Berries
Cardstock: Papertrey Ink - Select White; Avery Elle - Sapphire
Dies: Lil’ Inkers - Stitched Circles
Embossing Powder: Hero Arts - White
Stencil: Martha Stewart - Nautical Study
Thinking of You
Stamps: Hero Arts - Delicate Blossoms, Everyday Sayings, Old Letter Writing
Cardstock: Papertrey Ink - Stamper’s Select White, Aqua Mist
Patterned Paper: Papertrey Ink - Aqua Mist Bitty Dot
Dies: Lifestyle Crafts - Banners & Arrows; Memory Box - Butterfly Border
Markers: Copics - BG11, BG13, BG15, G06, G09
Gems: Prima Marketing - Pearls