9.14.2015

Monday Hugs

Bringing some happy to your Monday with another card based on the current sketch challenge at My Favorite Things.


Today & tomorrow I will be filming some videos for my blog, World Card Making Day, upcoming classes, and some special events.  Would you like a video on how I made this watercolored look in the background, or is it easy to figure out?

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There are still a few hours left to participate in this sketch challenge, and there is a $20 PRIZE up for grabs for one lucky stamper.  As you can see I turned this card into a rectangle.  If you would like to see my square card made using this sketch CLICKY.  If you are a member of StampNation you have until September 23rd to post your creation HERE for a chance to win a $25 gift certificate to MFT. Woot-Woot!


Card Design Superstar

I've decided to take a deep breath and enter the My Favorite Things Superstar card design challenge.  Wish me luck and enter your cards too!  Clicky for all the deets.


Stamps: Garden Flourish, True Friends (My Favorite Things)
Ink: Black Onyx (Versafine); Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers-
Paper: Basic Black, Whisper White Thick (Stampin' Up!)
Accessories: Black Twine (Doodlebug); Stitched Square Frames Dies( MFT)


6 comments:

Diane Jaquay said...

Heather, thanks for visiting my blog :) I love this card, it's such a fabulous design! Love how the sentiment panel is tilted, it seems to be peeking out from behind the frame just waiting to be read! Lovely work!!

lostinpaper said...

LOVE how you have coloured the background stamp, it's a work of art and such a pretty one too, Good luck in the challenge!

Peggy Pride said...

Could you show a video for the background? I would love to see how its done. It is an awesome card. Thanks for the inspiration

Linda Langes said...

What a stunning watercoloured background Heather.

Miriam Prantner said...

Great take on the sketch! I really love the colors you chose for the background panel. Thanks for playing along at MFT!

Jill said...

I like your take on the sketch and how you juxtaposed the panel wonky. Fun fun! :) Thanks for joining us on the MFT Challenge! :)