The trees are almost in full leaf, and along the highway, Trilliums are blooming underneath them.
I'm getting ready today for a Craft Show this weekend at Buckhorn. I set up tomorrow, and sell Saturday and Sunday. The weather is supposed to be nice.
Today's card is for the Mojo Monday sketch challenge here.
I had stamped the Field flowers for an earlier project which didn't turn out, so I decided to use them for this project.
Since I had stamped the flowers previously, using Baja Breeze and Not Quite navy inks,(guided with the stamp-a-ma-jig) I used that colour scheme throughout the card. The card base is Not Quite Navy, layered with Whisper White. A piece of Tea for Two designer paper, matted with Not Quite Navy card stock was attached to the right side of the card. A strip of Lucky Limeade, which was embossed with the square lattice folder and then matted with Not Quite Navy, was attached to the designer paper. But before attaching, I made 7 banners in Lucky Limeade and adhered them to the Lucky Limeade strip.
A 2 1/2" Whisper White circle was punched and the edges pricked with the template, mat pack and paper piercer. I stamped the stem and leaf of the Field Flower in Old Olive ink, and adhered the cut out Field Flower with a dimensional. I also cut out the small flower and adhered it near the bottom. Some dazzling details was added to the flowers. This circle was matted with a 2 3/4" circle of Not Quite Navy.
The second circle was the same size as the focal image circle, only I used Parker's designer paper as the smaller one.
Here's a summary of the materials/supplies used:
Stamps: Field flowers, Petite Pairs
Inks: Not Quite Navy, Baja Breeze
Papers: Not Quite Navy, Whisper White, Parker's Designer Paper, Tea for Two Designer Paper, Lucky Limeade
Accessories: Square lattice folder, 2 1/2" circle punch, Circles die #2, Small oval punch, rhinestones, Dazzling details, 1/8" Old Olive taffeta ribbon, dimensionals, Mat pack & paper piercer, Stamp-a-ma-jig.
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