Hey Everyone!! Happy "Hump" day to you all!! I hope your Wednesday is off to a great start!! I'm back with another great Card Sketch from the Feeling Sketchy blog!!
Here is Card Sketch #105:
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Now with said, onward to the card I created based on this sketch.
Here's the pic for you to check out:
The card is a standard A2 size made from a light grey card stock.
I cut it 4 1/4" to create a top fold card.
I cut two strips of black card stock at 2" and set it aside.
I cut two strips from this neutral floral patterned paper from a ColorBok "Neutrals" pack at 1 1/2".
I used a "Going Grey" Stampin Up inkpad to ink the edges and my ATG gun to layer the strips on top of the black card stock.
I layered the strips on the card base and adhered them down.
I added a few splatters to the background using watered down gesso.
I then set the card aside to give the gesso time to dry.
To embellish the card front, I used a Antique Ornate Label Plate from The Paper Studio and whitewashed it with gesso.
I stamped this "Happily Ever After" sentiment from an Inkadinkado set onto a contrasting strip of paper and adhered it to the plate.
I used glue dots to add the plate to the card, placing it where the two strips intersect.
To finish it off, I added a few paper roses, grey twine, Tim Holtz Crinkle Ribbon, and sequins.
And ta-da!! card complete!!
I hope you enjoyed this project for today!!
Thnaks for stopping by, enjoy the rest of your Wednesday and Peace!! :)