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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

"Believe In Yourself" Card




Today I have a simple card that was inspired by a couple of challenge blogs. This card measures 5" x 7" and uses the following color palette: Indian Corn Blue, Sweet Leaf, Sorbet, and White Daisy.


The design for this card was inspired by Retrosketches, challenge #124, found HERE. The colors of cardstock and inks for this card were inspired by Color Dare, challenge #102, found HERE


The stamp set used for this card is called "Believe in Yourself," and I find myself using it quite a bit. For this particular card, I focused on the birds that come with the set.

The Sweet Leaf cardstock was run though my Cuttlebug machine using the CTMH Quatrefoil Embossing Folder. LOVE that folder and the embossed image it makes!

All of the colored cardstock was inked around the edges for a bit of dimension. The sentiments were stamped with Sorbet ink and attached to the card with foam tape to pop off of my card! Finally, I added a small white organdy ribbon bow in the center to break up the stamped images.

I'll see you in the craft room,

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6 comments:

  1. Beautiful card, Suzanne! Thanks for joining the Color Dare this week.

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  2. I love all the texture and dimension you added to this card. Great combination of two challenges also! Thanks for taking the Color Dare this week--please join us again soon!
    :) Marie

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  3. Love this card and the sketch. You did a fabulous job with everything- design, color, texture. Glad I ran across you :)

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