Stampin’ Up! Thinking of You..

October 7, 2015

Today’s card is for the sketch challenge from Create with Connie & Mary #375 and the color challenge from TGIF Challenges.  I started by sponging the background with the three colors on white card stock.  I did the same on a piece of left over white card stock.  Then I stamped the Lighthearted Leaves in Memento and cut them out with the Leaflet framelits.  I wrapped some silver thread around the card and then added the leaves with dimensionals.  After the card was put together, I used the white gel pen on the leaves.

Questions and comments are welcome!  Thank you for stopping by today!

Kathie

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Stamps: Lighthearted Leaves, Sassy Salutations Paper: Rich Razzelberry, White Ink: Pumpkin Pie, Old Olive, Rich Razzleberry, Memento Accessories: Leaflet Framelits, Sponges, White Gel Pen, Silver Thread, Dimensionals

Here are the challenges that inspired my card:

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3 thoughts on “Stampin’ Up! Thinking of You..

  1. Joanne James

    What a wonderfully soft and ethereal background you created with these usually bright colours. It sets your defined leaves off beautifully. Thanks for joining us over at Create With Connie and Mary this week!

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  2. Margaret Raburn

    I love that beautiful soft background you created! Great idea to use it for the leaves also which really pop with your use of the black ink and the white gel pen! So lovely! Thanks for joining us this week at Create with Connie and Mary!

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  3. Jenny Engelke

    What a soft, pretty look you’ve achieved with these rich, bold colors! The background is very cool and I like that you used the delicate thread as your criss-cross element. I’m so glad you shared your creation with us at Create with Connie and Mary!

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