Happy 4th of July, everyone! I have a decidedly un-patriotic card today, LOL! It uses the Global Design Project challenge #145 palette of Grapefruit Grove, Mint Macaron and Fresh Fig:
I also used the Fall-To Layout 78:
I wasn't sure if the black portion on the sketch was actually part of the card, or just a background layer, so I just made my card without it! So here we go:
I used a piece of Grapefruit Grove DSP on the edge, cutting the corners with a circle punch. The wreath from Swirly Scribbles thinlets was cut with Mint Macaron, and the flowers from Perennial Birthday (I can't seem to put this set away!) were heat-embossed with Craft White ink and Clear Embossing powder, colored with an aquapainter and reinkers, then fussy-cut:
And sinced I smudge ink on part of the wreath, I added some faceted embellishments. The sentiment is from Rooted In Nature, and I stamped both elements with some little speckles from the Perennial Birthday set as well:
Thanks for popping in today! Enjoy it and be blessed!
I noticed a robin flying in and out from under our shed roof and scolding me whenever I put the trash out or wanted to use the hose. I thought it was a bit unusual, but I checked, and sure enough, she had a nest with three babies in it! I didn't think they would have a nest this late in the season!
I'm keeping an eye on them so I can see when they fledge!!! Although as hot as it is, I think I would want to stay under the roof in the shade!!
|Project Details—All Products SU! Unless Otherwise Specified|
|Stamps||Perennial Birthday, Rooted in Nature|
|Card stock & Papers||Whisper White, Mint Macaron, 2018-2020 In Color DSP, Adhesive Sheets|
|Ink||Craft White, Fresh Fig, Mint Macaron, Grapefruit Grove|
|Accessories||Faceted Embellishments, Dimensionals, Clear Embossing Powder|
|Tools||Big Shot, Swirly Scribbles Thinlets, Heat Tool, Aquapainter, 1 3/4" Circle Punch|