Popping in today to share a card I made yesterday for day 1 of Online Card Classes latest class; clean & simple card making 2. The homework for day 1 was to use one of the supplied sketches as a jumping off point. I chose a sketch by Amber Kemp-Gerstel and this is what I came up with.
Recently I’ve seen some lovely laser cut card fronts and had that idea in mind when making this card. I die cut a circle from a white panel and layer two white chloe stems behind so that they overlapped the circle edge and each other. I curved the sentiment stamp on my block so that it followed the curve of the open circle. Then I popped the panel over a stamped grey piece and added a yellow butterfly – still loving the grey and yellow combination :)
Keeping it brief today and hoping to be back with something for day 2 :)
Supplies: Stamps – Clearly Besotted Stamps butterfly wishes, Hero Arts designer woodgrain s5208, everyday sayings cl342; Ink – Versamark, Versafine smoky gray, Distress Markers mustard seed, spiced marmalade; Card – Bazzill rainbow card shoppe; Dies – Clearly Besotted Stamps butterfly wishes, Memory Box chloe stem, Spellbinders small circles; Stampin’ Up rhinestone