Today I am playing along with the Global Design Project to create a card that fits a certain “sketch”. It’s nice to know, when making a card, what your card layout will look like. Now all I needed to choose is what colors and stamps to use. Being as I have not used the succulents from Basket of Wishes, I thought I would give it a go.
Knowing that I would use the plants in the basket helped me choose my colors. Mint Macaron for the plants would lead me to need a complimentary brown for the basket, so I chose Saraha Sand. Knowing the in would be Sahara Sand told me to use the same color as my card base. So all that was left was to choose a small piece of patterned paper that goes with the plants/basket and card base. This my friends, is how I can up with what piece of patterned paper to use.
To make the scene a bit more cheerful, I used the duckling image from Barnyard Babies to brighten things up a bit. Who doesn’t just love a duckling? I colored him and all of the stamped images with a blender pen. This pen acts as a diy marker so I can use my regular stamp pads for coloring. The sentiment is taken from Teeny Tiny Wishes. I chose a get well wish simply because I don’t have a get well card in my stash at this time. They are always nice to have on hand 🙂
Here is a list of supplies used in making this project, with links you may click to go and get details on a product or purchase. Thank you for your continued support!
When you take your creativity break today, jump on over to the Global Design Project’s challenge page to see all of the card projects made for this week’s challenge. My card will be there for you to recognize and you may see some other cards that spark your interest. Thanks for joining me today, I’m glad we could make it together.
YOUR Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator
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