Hi there, friends! I hope you're doing well! Today I'm sharing a card made for two challenges - a color challenge from the lovely Jaydee at The Paper Players and a great sketch challenge at Fab Friday.
I decided to go with pink, black and silver, and loosely based the card design on the sketch, but adding an offset layer of silver foil.
I started by using a rose stencil on a piece of white heavyweight cardstock, using the new Kitsch Flamingo Distress Oxide ink for the roses, then adding a soft layer of Spun Sugar DOX over the entire panel, almost giving it a look of vellum in the photos. Both this panel and the silver foil one were cut with a deckled rectangle die then added to the black card base.
Next, the large dragonfly and the sentiment were heat embossed on black cardstock, then die cut. A strip of silver was adhered directly to the stenciled panel, then the sentiment and the dragonfly both adhered with foam tape. The last step was to add a few silver and crystal baubles for a bit of sparkle.
Thanks for visiting, I always appreciate it so much! Take care and have a great weekend!
Stamps: Beautiful Wings (Gina K)
Paper: Black, Silver Foil, White Heavystock (Tim Holtz)
Ink: Kitsch Pink and Spun Sugar Distress Oxide, Versamark
Other: Beautiful Wings coordinating die, Bed of Roses stencil (Trinity Stamps), Deckled Frames rectangle and A7 Labels small rectangle dies (Waffle Flower), Crystal Collection Night Sky (Little Things by Lucy's Cards)