For Judy's EOINA Serendipity Squares TLC challenge. How serendipitous - just about two weeks ago when I was picking some scraps from my pizza box for something, I decided to make time to revisit this technique, and I had a whole sheet all ready to go apart from the little circle I used two weeks ago on my ATCoin. This morning I went for stamping a petal on it multiple times and cutting them out - the centre is just a punched circle of kraft covered with Prills. For the base I sponged the stencil with just whatever DOX inks were on my sponges for a soft background, then doodled a border around the edge. Arranged the petals, stamped a sentiment and finished it off by adding a couple of ladybugs and a little glitter drop trail for the flying one. And I still have plenty of my sheet left .
Date: Monday, September 3, 2018 GMT Views: 967
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Mon, Sep 03, 2018 @ 4:18 PM
Sabrina, I love the doodle look of the stamping on each flower petal and the framing, too. The subtle sponging of the bg is beautiful and complements the lovely flower. I don't know what Prills are, but I sure like the look of them in your flower center. The ladybugs are a sweet addition, especially with the glitter trail. I also like the wording of the sentiment. Fabulous card!
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Mon, Sep 03, 2018 @ 10:01 PM
What a great example of the technique. I love the balance of the blossom with the doodled edge. The beaded flower center has it's own cool part to play. So many great elements that bring together this uber cool card.
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