Ive just finished a card this afternoon and would like to enter it into a few of challenges:
- Emma’s Crafty Challenge – MONOCHROME – I’ve chosen “one colour in different tones”.
- One Stop Craft Challenge – MONOCHROME
- LEJ Designs Challenge Blog – Lots Of Layers – Square layers stuck to base card. Two decorative edged layers built up on top before topper layer was added to both sides. Flowers made of lots of layers of punched out flowers.
- That Craft Place Challenge Blog – Monochromatic
- 2 Sisters Challenge Blog – Challenge 21 – Make It Girlie – Girl collecting flowers
Hope you all like my card.
Heres the card:
Click on these thumbnail images to see a view slightly angled to one side and a closeup of the bottom left corner of one of the easel panels:
This is how I made it:
The base easel card, two square toppers and two patterned edge layers were cut out of two different shades of linen textured, 250gsm, cardstock using my Cameo. The cutting file used was TWISTED EASEL CARD by Clive Couter. I used a Petite Petal Pairs punch to punch out lots of flower layers from the waste of the two sheets after cutting the card out.
The digi-stamp I used is one of the ones on Joanna Sheen’s Daisy and Friends CD ROM printed out twice onto Super Smooth card. I used various shades of ProMarkers to colour in the digi-stamp, using one of the shades from her dress to colour in the frame of the digi-stamp as well.
I shaped all the flower layers by hand before sticking them together. I stuck the square panels directly to half of the card front and then built up the fancy layers using 1mm deep foam tape. I used the same foam to attach the coloured in topper layers as well. I used Pinflair Glue Gel to stick the flowers around the card, using two as stoppers for the easel elements.
I hope that it meets the rules of all the challenges I’ve entered.