The sketch challenge for today has a different layout with the #2 panel sticking up about the cardbase.
it is perfect for this Liquitex glass bead embossed piece that has been sitting on my table for a couple of weeks. Thanks for the opportunity to use this piece, Ally!
I've sort of been on a ginko binge, using another ginko die cut for this card. Does that count for helping my memory? The ginkos were colored with the Mustard Seed and Twisted Citron Distress inks.
My sentiment sticks over the sides a little, but that's the fault of the stamp, it is a wide one.
I said this was a 1 on the difficulty scale, but that's because my embossed and stenciled piece was already done.
Date: Wednesday, July 26, 2017 GMT Views: 354
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Wed, Jul 26, 2017 @ 7:33 PM
Gorgeous card, Jennifer, in the lovely soft hues of yellow and lilac. Your ginkgo leaf spray is so delicate and the prismatic "doodads" add a lovely bit of sparkle....and seem to go so well with your "prism-like" bg for the leaves. Vellum was an excellent choice for your sentiment band, since none of the underlying beauty was lost.
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Fri, Jul 28, 2017 @ 12:41 AM
GORGEOUS...love your glass bead Liquitex texturing, the lovely colors combination, and the white tiled effect created with your stencil. What a SUPER look! The vellum sentiment panel is the perfect touch!
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