Just Add Ink Follow-up
Last week I played along with Just Add Ink’s color challenge #464 of Granny Apple Green, Soft Sea Foam, and Flirty Flamingo. You can see my card here. Imagine my complete surprise when, sitting at the airport, I saw the email update that I had won the challenge! I am so incredibly honored and, now that I am home, have added the widget to my blog.
Fab Friday 167
Before I left for NY, I created a card for this challenge, but was not happy with it. After getting home, I needed to create thank you cards for some cousins we visited. Therefore, I decided to try creating a card for this challenge again. However, I had been looking at this newly created card since yesterday afternoon when I “finished” it. After trying a couple of additions, unsuccessfully I might add, I finally (!!) stumbled across an idea: black enamel dots leftover from Halloween. Finally, I feel finished!
Here’s the FabFriday167 sketch:
Here’s my card:
All the Elements
The border element should have been easy to figure out, but I had a difficult time deciding on it. I’d completely forgotten about the scalloped die in the Seasonal Layers die set. Therefore, I wound up using the Decorative Ribbon Punch (item 143721). This SAB DSP has really gotten a work out and I have one full sheet and then pieces left. There are multiple reasons I love this DSP. One of which is the ability to punch the large (inside) and small (outside) butterflies at once using the Butterfly Duet punch (item 148523).
The stamp from the recently retired All Things Thanks stamp set, fits perfectly when stamped vertically on the Everyday Label punch (item 144668). I like to mat this sentiment punch so, I punched a black one, cut it in half, and attached it so just a thin border shows on the top and bottom. Then, I used the Stamping Write marker to outline the sides of the Whisper White punch, and, ta-da, I’d completed the sentiment element, and finishing the card soon followed.
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