Hello lovely crafters. I have been absent for a couple of days, because I have had to make a couple of 'mercy dashes' to my mother. She scraped her arm quite badly and the wound wouldn't stop bleeding (not enough to have to go to A&E, thank God), but her skin is so thin now it is going to take some time to heal, so I have been back and forth dressing it. Thankfully, this evening, it stopped bleeding!
Anyway, this card is for the Freshly Made Sketches Challenge #282 and this is the sketch.
Here is my take. As always, explanation below.
I started by cutting a 4"x 4" square card base and embossed the front with my 'Linen' embossing folder. Then, I took an ink pad to some white card-stock to match the ink colour I wanted to use and then punched out three scalloped squares.
Next, I punched out three more squares, one in white, one black and one out of a scrap of patterned paper - would you believe that the choices for my ink colour and subsequently, my card-stock, was all based around that small scrap of PP which had been loitering on my desk for days! Then I stamped my images on to the small, white square. Then I assembled the layered squares and mounted one flush to the card front, the second up on one, thin piece of foam tape and the third on two layers of thin foam tape.
I finished off with a tiny, stamped sentiment and mounted that to a scrap of the ink coloured card-stock and mounted that with foam tape too. Some sequins with black enamel accents to the centres finished the card.
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