Well, another Friday, and another challenge with Sketch Frenzy Friday. Hope you will be able to join us. Today's sketch is by Deb Currier.
I just loved the flower in the middle of the sketch and decided to make a crepe paper flower. I punched 4 of the flowers with the Blossom Petal Punch and let them soak in water and Tangerine Tango reinker for about 1/2 hour. While they were soaking I make the rest of the card.
The base card is Daffodil Delight, layered with Summer Smooches designer paper. I cut a smaller rectangle of Pacific Point card stock, layered it with Whisper White which I embossed with the Honeycomb folder, and then added to half banners of different designs of the same DSP
The 1 3/4 by 7/8" oval punch was used to create the half ovals near the right bottom of the rectangle. They were attached directly to the DSP layer.
After 1/2 hour, I removed the crepe flowers from the dye mixture and set them on a paper towel to dry. To speed up the drying time I used the heat gun. The flowers were then layered with the petals off setting each other, and a Summer Smooches designer brad was inserted in the center. A bow made of white Baker's twine was adhered to the center of this. The flower was attached to the panel using a dimensional.
The Pacific Point panel was attached to the DSP using dimensionals.
Here's a summary of the stamp/materials used:
Stamp: Petite Pairs
Ink: Black Stazon, Tangerine Tango reinker
Papers: Daffodil Delight, Pacific Point, Summer Smooches DSP, Whisper White, Crepe Paper
Accessories: Honeycomb folder, Blossom Petal Punch, Summer Smooches designer brad, White Baker's twine, 1 3/4 by 7/8" oval punch, Small oval punch