So for this card I have 3 challenges covored. JullieHRR for one layer, Lauren's challenge for Monochromatic cards, and Jenn Balcers Challenge, an inspiration challenge, I was inspired by the lush bow on that yummy looking cake, so I added a lush satin bow to my card!
If you notice near the top, I thought her clevage was a bit too low, so I made her wear a little lacy camie under her dress! I used the scallop punch and a 1/16th hole punch to create that!
I started off by sketching out a template on half a sheet of scrap paper and then cut it out of shimmery white cardstock (this is a full sheet folded in half), I then added the regal rose sponging and then the rose red sponging all around. The final step of stamping was to add the baroque motif stamp set stamped in purely pomegranate and the flower buds in regal rose.
Last, but certainly not leasy, I added the ribbon and these lush half pearls to make it look even more elegant. The ribbon turned out just like I had envisioned, but then I added the center pearl with too much adhesive (note to self, next time DON'T use pop up glue dots!) Maybe I can add some glitter to mask the huge blob of glue! All in all I'm pleased with how it turned out...I don't know who I'll be giving it to, but I hope they like it...whoever they are!
What You'll Need
Stamps: Baroque motifs
Paper: shimmery white cardstock
Ink: Regal rose, rose red, purely pomegranate
Accessories:ribbon, pearls (pretties kit) , scallop border punchsatin ribbon, 1/16th hole punch, sponges
This card was made for 2 challenges. Holly's Sketch challenge and Sharon's Stamp simply challenge. For this card it was mostly a paper cutting session and the card was done in a flash...I love how it turned out and I think the little birdie looks cute in that print!
What you'll need:
Stamps: A little birdie told me
Ink: Staz-on timber brown, really rust, chocolate chip
Paper: Chocolate Chip cardstock (su!) certainly Celery cardstcock (su!) really rust cardstock (su!) designer paper by BoBunny
Accessories: ribbon scallop border punch, sponge, 1/16th hole punch
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Silvia (my cool signature isn't working!)
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