Since I didn’t have a chance to do the Color Challenge (CC527) on Splitcoast yesterday, I’m combining it with the Sketch Challenge (SC537) today. When I started out, I wasn’t sure I would be able to work these colors but I found one piece of a sand card stock which is a dead ringer for the sahara sand. Other than white, that’s the only card stock I used. I white heat embossed the flowers & greeting on the sand card stock. On the flowers, I used Prismacolor pencils to add the other 2 colors…wasabi & pink. For the sketch, I turned the square to better fit & the die cut border serves as my long horizontal panel.
After I die cut the sand card stock, I colored a narrow strip w/ a pink pencil & attached it behind the cut out to act as the ribbon element on the sketch. The flowers were fussy cut & attached on my square/diamond shape. I also used the pink pencil around the border of the sand layer & added a fussy cut butterfly.
|Stamps: DRS Designs –Dogwood Branch, Special Day Wishes, Three Butterflies
|Ink: Colorbox frost white pigment
|Paper: Neenah white, sahara sand clone
|Accessories: Spellbinders square, A2 matting basics A, Anne Border strip dies, Lil’ Inkers stitched rectangle die, Prismacolor pencils, white embossing powder, sequins
I’m entering this in the Curtain Call Challenge- Bouquet.
And also in these challenges:
Simon Says Monday Challenge.
Chocolate, Coffee & Cards Challenges #89 ~ Use A Die Cut