Wow, can you believe yet another fortnight has rolled by, feels like it was only yesterday that we did our last hop. If you have landed here, you have most likely come from the very talented Teneale Williams
Below is the sketch we were given to work with. Can I tell you, she is a hard act to follow and as she calls me Mumma Bear, well I can tell you Mumma Bear didn’t follow the sketch all that well and was sent to the corner until she got it write. lol
It was quite a difficult design and took me a little while to get my head around it.
Come and see what you think. I changed the star for an oval and the lace was the thin strip underneath the strip of which I scalloped instead of straight edges.
Once again I used my Blendabilities to colour the blossom out of the Indescribable Gift stamp set which is new in the new catalogue. Enjoy.
Moving forward, you are now off to visit the work of the new and up coming talented Janelle Taylor
Hi again, I really appreciate you coming to check out this week’s challenge and i have to say they certainly go very quickly and if your landed on here, you have most likely come from Teneale Williams- and this is our fifth Blog Hop for the INKspired Sketch Blog Hop Team. I know you will have enjoyed her card as much as we do.
Our challenge was to produce a card using the design below.
Here is my spin on the challenge that I loved doing, hope you do also.
I choose to use the Sweetbriar Rose single stamp set, colouring the stem of flowers with Pumpkin Pie Blendabilies along with Old Olive. This was then nestled into an oval shape, which I had cut using my oval framelits and using my diagonal embossing folder created a texture on the page, I then used Daffodil delight ribbon to form the panel at the bottom and using my diamonials attached to a rectangle of Whisper White Cardstock before attaching to Old Olive card base.
I then stamped part of the stamp set on the inside and again coloured with my blendablities. Just loving them, takes me back to when I went to school………………..lol
Colouring in, takes me back to my childhood memories and how I had wanted to be a teacher. Maybe now I am actually fulfilling ambition to do that by teaching cardmaking. You never know.
Hope you enjoyed this week’s card and get some inspiration to start creating one just the same.
Remember if you would like to purchase any of the items that I have used on my card, you can simply click on the picture of the item below and it will take you to my secure online store where you can order straight away .
Next blog to visit is Cherie Davies-
If you would like to purchase any of the products used in my project, you can order any of the products used here by clicking on the item and being taken straight to my shop to buy online.