Happy Martin Luther King day! I’m really excited to be back with you today. I took it very easy this weekend, and was able to make some cards!
Today I want to share the card that I made for MFT’s Sketch Challenge #367. Let’s take a look at the sketch first.
And, here is my card.
I’m sorry the lighting is so horrible. I just finished it last night and missed the opportunity for a natural light picture.
I used MFT’s Roses All Over pastel paper in a light pink, for the left side of the card. I cut out a frame using Stitched Rectangle Scallop Edge Frames, and a pink foil paper. I layered the frame with a couple of layers of white cardstock, to give it dimension. The flowers were die cut with MFT Scribble Roses, and colored them with Copic markers. I tucked them under the frame, I kinda wanted it to look like the flowers were tumbling in the frame but didn’t exactly get the right effect.
I added little slivers of Silver Sparkle cardstock for the transition between the rose cardstock and white. The sentiment is from “From the Heart,” sentiment set (this is a great sentiment set, I highly recommend it). I used one of the sentiment dies from the Hearts In a Row -Vertical set to cut out the sentiment. Some iridescent jewels finish up the card.
This was the most complicated card I made this weekend. The other cards were made from pieces I had previously made, which helped out a lot. I can’t wait to share the rest!
Thanks for stopping by and sticking with me!