Happy Saturday! I have a couple of cards to share today. For my first card, I am playing along with Fusion Card Challenge (inspiration) and The Friday Mashup(sketch).
I am using MFT Stamps Products. I started with MFT smooth white, lush lagoon, sour apple, pink lemonade, ripe raspberry, and persimmon card stocks. My base is smooth white. I die cut a white scalloped panel from Blueprints 20. I layered a lush lagoon panel from Blueprints 13. I die cut a silver card stock panel from Blueprints 20 and trimmed a portion for the scalloped edge horizontal piece. I stamped the lush lagoon panel with damask background using versamark. I die cut the leaf-filled flourish in sour apple card stock. I inked the edges using versamark. I used the Rolled Scalloped Rose die namics to create the ripe raspberry bloom. I used my quilling tool to not only rolled the follower but also to roll the petal edges back. I used the Mini Rolled Roses die namics to create the pink lemonade and persimmon roses. I finished my card with a few clear gems.
For my second card, I went with a masculine vibe! I am playing along with MFT Weekly Sketch Challenge and the ColourQ Black and Gray +1 pop of color! I chose persimmon.
I started with MFT smooth white, steel gray, black licorice, and persimmon card stocks. I used Blueprints 10 to die cut the background. I filled with muted tones for added texture. For the sketch portion, I used persimmon without the centers so the smooth white card stock base could shine through. Next, I die cut the stitched rounded rectangle stax in smooth white and persimmon. I used the Stitched Basic Edges to cut the persimmon panel then glued to the smooth white. I used the sentiment from Level Up. I stamped it using my MISTI since the persimmon glued to white created varying levels. I used hybrid black licorice ink for the sentiment. Next, I die cut the smaller game control from Game Controller die namics twice and glued together. I only added two colors to the top to comply with color combo. I added some loose quilt threading behind and foam mounting tape to pop it up a bit. I finished my card with a few flat sequins die cut from sequins die namics in scraps of card stock. I love how it turned out!
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