Here's my card:
I started by dividing the topper of the card by die cutting it with a stitched curved line. Then I used the Dancing Dragonflies stencil from Funky Fossil on the top section and inked through with all three of the given colours.
I then adhered both sections to the card base with a little space between. I then curved and stamped a long birthday greeting to match the die cut stitched line.
Stamps: Lawn Fawn, Scripty Sayings
Inks: SU, so saffron, real red night of navy; Versafine Clair, nocturne
Stencil: Funky Fossil, Dancing Dragonflies
Die: MFT Die-namics, stitched basic edges
I'm so pleased you came to take a look at my blog today, huge thanks for your time.
Stay safe and keep crafting!
Your blending is beautiful! and I love the photo of your products! (I may have to borrow that idea...genius!) Thanks so much for playing along with us at the CC&S challenge blog!ReplyDelete
So cute! I love the idea of blending the colors to create the dragonflies, great idea. Also love the design as a whole of your card front. Thanks so much for play along with us this week at CC&SReplyDelete
What a gorgeous card. It really jumps out of the gallery.ReplyDelete
Wow~~~!!!! This is absolutely beautiful!! I love these dragonflies!!! Thank you for playing along with CC&S challenge!ReplyDelete
Jane, congratulations on the well-deserved win at CASC&S for this extraordinary design! It literally took my breath away when I opened the post and there it was at top of the list of winners! It has to be one of your favorite cards you've ever made! Keep well! Hugs, DarnellReplyDelete