Saturday, July 26, 2014

So Many Smiles

Welcome back!  I have a bright and cheery, clean and simple card to share with you that was made for the sketch challenge at Pals Paper Arts this week.  I had a large scrap remaining of Gingham Garden dsp and I used it as the color inspiration for my card. While CAS is not normally my top style choice, it seemed perfect for this layout.


The paper design and the colors are so bright and colorful, I wanted to use a sentiment that was equally cheerful, which I found in the Petite Pairs stamp set.

Using most yellows as a primary design color, let alone Daffodil Delight, is normally not in my crafting wheelhouse, but this dsp worked its magic on me and so I used that bright yellow for the scalloped circles and for stamping the butterfly under the sentiment.

The rhinestones in the middle of the two Island Indigo butterflies were also colored in Daffodil Delight, using the middle marker of the Blendabilities set.


Below is this week's sketch.  Be sure to use the link to visit Pals Paper Arts and also play along if you have a chance, as there is still plenty of time left.


Thanks for dropping by and as always I would love to hear from you if you have time to leave a comment.  Take care and enjoy your Sunday!

Hugs,

Stef


Product details:
Stamps:  Petite Pairs, Papillon Potpourri
Paper:  Whisper White, Daffodil Delight, Island Indigo, Gingham Garden dsp
Ink:  Daffodil Delight, Island Indigo
Other:  Scallop Circle, 1 3/4" Circle and Elegant Butterfly punches, Circles Collection framelit, Rhinestone Basic Jewels, Daffodil Delight Blendabilities, Island Indigo Baker's Twine

3 comments:

Peggy Noe said...

Very sweet card, Stef! Love your color combination, and how clever to stamp the butterfly under the sentiment! I may try that! Thanks for joining us this week at Pals Paper Arts!

Beth Beard said...

The beautiful butterflies and bakers twine are such a nice touch. Thanks for playing along with us this week at Pals Paper Arts.

Mike said...

Nice Stef! I love how you swapped out the components to round ones. Great use of the color palette! Thanks for Playing Pals Paper Arts!