Hi everyone! I have a simple card for you today, as my sinuses have once again knocked me for a loop! I took it easy yesterday but I did manage to get in a little stamping time! This card is for three challenges! The Kraft Journal’s Make It Monday 216 was a CAS faith card; the Retro Rubber challenge is to use embossing powder:
and I loosely used the sketch from RetroSketches:
I got some free cards in the mail (you know the ones!) and I tossed the cards, but kept the envelopes, as they were a bit larger than the standard A2. They came in handy, because this card had to be made a bit larger in order to accommodate the lovely Darice cross embossing folder I used:
I used a Crumb Cake card base and a piece of Simple Stories’ Harvest Lane for the rustic floral panel. I matted my Very Vanilla piece on Cherry Cobbler, then heat-embossed the retired sentiment in Cherry Cobbler ink as well:
I don’t typically think of these colors for Easter, but I think it’s a nice departure from pastels! Hope you like it!
A note to my local Stampin’Up! customers:
My apologies in advance; you don’t know it, but my granddaughter plays with your purchases before I can put them in your bags! I promise you, they’re perfectly fine! Sometimes she sings to them:
sometimes she lines them up:
and sometimes she stacks them up:
Thank you for allowing your purchases to entertain her for a good 45 minutes! Enjoy your day!