Hello stampers. Today I'm sharing a card created using Sweet 'n Sassy "Flowers in Bloom". Love those flowers! And I love that sentiment. I hope you are all having a fabulous week so far.
I'm excited because tomorrow is the day I meet with my painting group. I'm working on an oil painting. Still haven't actually done a canvas yet. I just feel like I want to get better at it before I actually do a canvas. So I'm still practicing. I have to say learning to oil paint is one of the hardest crafty activities I've ever tried. I haven't really worked on it the last year like I had intended when I started this journey. But last month I started going back to my wednesday group and that's keeping me on track with at least working on something once a week. Maybe I will have the courage to share with you some day.
I have been working on some Faith art this week which was inspired by taking Stephanie Ackerman's Class. We are supposed to create 1 a week. I will share mine 4 at a time, once monthly. 2 down, 2 to go! I also have a card set to share that shows creative ways to use paint on your cards. So be looking for that one as well.
Have a blessed day!!
All Stamps : Sweet 'n Sassy "Flowers in Bloom"
Patterned Paper : Authentique 6 x 6 paper pad
Deckled Scissors - Fiskars Border Punch - Martha Stewart
Spellbinders Labels Eight Nestibilities
Adhere patterned paper to card front. Trim patterned paper 1 7/8" x 5 1/2". Punch border from black cardstock and adhere along edge of panel. Adhere black cardstock to panel and trim with deckled scissors. Adhere panel to card front. Stamp image on white cardstock and color. Cut white cardstock with Spellbinders Nestibilities die. Adhere to panel to card front. Stamp sentiment and adhere to card front.
Beautiful, cheerful card, Melisa! I think I'm going to need to place a Sweet 'n Sassy order - don't have any of their stamps, and I love what you create with them! Enjoy your painting class tomorrow :) I'm teaching a workshop in the a.m., so send up some good thoughts! Hugs...
What a gorgeous card - love the layout, and those flowers are beautiful - love your colouring on them.
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