This is my sample for CC673. Pam is our hostess and she chose wild wasabi, soft sky and wisteria wonder. Dessert Option this week is pearls. I couldn't get pearls to work on this card so I used wisteria wonder enamel dots.
For my card, I sponged my background with distress inks of tumbled glass and mowed lawn on distress ink cardstock. After I was happy with the sponging I sprayed the cardstock with water. I wanted to move the ink around a bit.
I needed a cute birthday card for a 10-year-old, and I thought these new stitched dies from CottageCutz would work well.
The bird is from the Stitched Owl & Bird die. Cut her in wisteria cardstock and her blue wing is cut from the sponged background. The tree branch is from the Stitched Honey Bees die.
My clouds are also cut from the sponged background. I stamped my sentiment in black ink directly on my cloud. The HB2U are cut in wisteria from the new CottageCutz stitched alphabet and stitched numbers die.
That's my card for this week. Hope you can find some time to play along with these soft subtle colors this week. There are lots of possibilities for cards. Check out what the other DT & guests have done.
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Tue, Feb 06, 2018 @ 5:37 AM
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