Happy Saturday! I had some time to get crafty last night after refrigerator shopping. After 9 years, the compressor gave out. I remember when I was growing up we had the same refrigerator forever! We have narrowed the selection down to three. If you have a brand or thoughts about yours that you just LOVE, please let me know. Since refrigerator shopping is not my idea of fun, I needed to detox in my crafty space. I am popping in with a couple of cards to share.
For this first card, I am playing along with The ColourQ.
I just love these spring colors. I am using MFT products unless otherwise noted. started with MFT Card Stock in smooth white, sour apple, summer splash, wild wisteria, and cotton candy. I used one of the horizontal stitched die namics to cut four pieces of card stock in different colors. I mounted these to a smaller piece of card stock and used foam mounting tape to adhere to a smooth white card base.
Next, I die cut Circle Scribbles and Scribbles die namics using smooth white. I used Wink Of Stella (love this stuff) to add some sparkle sheen to the scribble layer. Love the look in person. I die cut sour apple leaves using Wild Greenery die namics. I added some versa mark to the edges for added definition. Next, I die cut Negative Dot Alphabet in smooth white and created the sentiment. I used Wink of Stella to add some shimmer sparkle to the letters, too. I finished with a few clear sequins.
For this card I am playing along with The Color Throwdown and Fusion Card Challenge (sketch). I just love these colors, too. I started with MFT smooth white, cherry crisp, limeade, and lemon chiffon card stocks.
I die cut the scalloped smooth white panel with Blueprints 20. I layered the lemon chiffon die cut with Blueprints 13 and stamped with lemon chiffon ink with Gingham background stamp. I die cut a piece of cherry crisp using Blueprints 2 to go across the card to comply with sketch. For the focal point, I die cut the pierced oval stax and stamped with sentiment from I Love You More stamp set in Hybrid black licorice ink. I die cut the cherry crisp card stock with layered rose die namics. I glued the flower layers together and fluffed a bit. I added a faceted red enamel dot to the center. Next, I die cut the limeade card stock with layered leaves. Uses some versamark for added dimension. I tucked two of the leaves in behind the flower. I finished with a few clear sequins.
As always thanks so much for stopping by!