Friday, April 19, 2013

Get Well Sooner - Sketch Frenzy Friday

I'm typing this first part in smaller font because I don't want to jinx things.  I think----Spring finally has arrived! 
I'd love to shout it from the roof times, but the way the season has been going------.
Anyway, today is Friday, and time for another challenge with Sketch Frenzy Friday.  Hope you can join us.
Today's sketch is by Tammy Fife.

04/19/13 Tammy F. 

This is a really good sketch to feature designer paper, which is. of course. what I did.  The DSP I used is "Sent with Love".  It just arrived yesterday, and I'm sure you understand the irresistable urge to tear open a new package and have a look at the designs!

The card base is Pool Party, layered with Whisper White card stock.  The next layer consists of 4 patterns of the Sent with Love DSP. A double sided scallop trim of Primrose Petals cut with the Tasteful Trim die was attached across the middle of the card, hiding most of the seams.

The embellishment was made using a white paper daisy with a vanilla fabric flower attached to the center.  To fit the flower in with the color scheme, I coloured the edge of the white daisy with a Primrose Petal marker, and coloured the entire fabric flower with the same marker.  Then I applied some dazzling details to the flower edges and center.

The sentiment is from Sweetly Said, stamped onto Whisper White card stock, and punched with the Decorative Label punch.  The top end was inserted under the double scallop trim.  A row of rhinestones brought some bling to this punchie.

Here's a list of the materials/supplies I used:

Stamps: Sweetly Said
Inks: Black Stazon, Primrose Petals marker
Papers: Pool Party, Whisper White, Sent with Love DSP, Primrose Petals
Accessories: Tasteful Trim die, Decorative Label punch, White paper daisy, Vanilla fabric flower, Dazzling details, rhinestones,

Hope you enjoyed this card.
Thanks for stopping by.


Deb said...

Love the designer paper you used! And the flower is really pretty!

Sharon said...

what a great selection of dsp. and how clever to color the fabric blossom.
I'm sure that our followers will be inspired by your creativity and beautiful card.
hugs, sharon w.

Patrice Herrera said...

Wow, that flower pops! Very nice. Love your DSP collection too!

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