Wednesday, September 21, 2016

TCC58 He Has Made Everything Beautiful

Hi Friends!

Today we have the brand new SC611 Sketch Challenge at Splitcoaststampers as well as the new TCC58 Inspiration Challenge at The Card Concept!

It is a truly an honor to be on both Design Teams and I decided to combine the two for my Shabby Chic card (I have moved from the Mixed Media category at The Card Concept to the Shabby Chic category :-)).

To create this card:

Ink the sentiment from the Verve Stamps, Scripture Medley 3 with archival black ink and stamp onto a piece of Whisper White cardstock.

Die cut the sentiment panel with the MFT Stitched Rectangle STAX Dies and distress the edges with a distressing tool.

Place the Memory Box (MB) Pattern Heartwood Stencil over the die cut sentiment panel and use a Clarity Stencil Brush to lightly apply Fossilized Amber Distress Ink, mount this panel onto another piece of Whisper White cardstock (trimming approx. 1/8” from to the edge) and distress the edges.

Die cut a piece of the green flourish pattern paper from the Echo Park Style Essentials 6x6 Paper Pad with the MFT Stitched Rectangle STAX Dies and mount onto a piece of Whisper White cardstock, distress the edges.

Die cut the yellow floral pattern  paper from the Echo Park Style Essentials 6x6 Paper Pad with the MFT Blueprints 13 Dies, mount onto a piece of Whisper White cardstock, distress the edges with the Distressing Tool.

Mount the yellow floral background panel onto the white card base, add the green flourish panel on an angle (per the sketch) and trim the edges off the side and top, as needed.

Add the sentiment panel to the card front and adhere the Daffodil Delight ½” Seam Binding Triple Ribbon Bow.

Create the roses with the MFT Royal Rose Die and Mini Royal Rose Dies from Melon Mambo and Pink Pirouette cardstock  ( I die cut the roses and use the Crimper Tool to crimp the paper before rolling and gluing the rose together).

Punch the leaves from the scrap piece of the green flourish pattern paper used for the background panel with the Martha Stewart (MS) Leaf Punch, add the leaves to the card front before mounting the roses.

Use a clear glitter pen to apply glitter to the roses and add a few pearls to the corners to finish off the card!

Stamp Set: Scripture Medley 3 (Verve Stamps)

Ink/Medium: Archival Black Ink; Fossilized Amber Distress Ink; Clear Glitter Pen

Paper/Cardstock:  Whisper White, Melon Mambo, Pink Pirouette; Echo Park Style Essentials 6x6 Paper Pad

Accessories/Tools:  Big Shot™, MFT Stitched Rectangle STAX Dies, MFT Royal Rose Dies, MFT Mini Royal Rose Dies, MFT Blueprints 13 Dies, MS Leaf Punch, Distressing Tool, MB Pattern Heartwood Stencil, Crimper Tool

Just a reminder- The Card Concept is a bi-weekly challenge that has an inspiration photo along with a number of design styles that you can choose from to create your card- Clean and Simple, Clean and Graphic, Clean and Layered, Shabby Chic, Freestyle Collage, Classy and Elegant and Mixed Media.  

I hope this card inspires you to create a project this week, and if so, we would love to see your artwork in The Card Concept gallery as well as the Splitcoaststampers Sketch gallery!

Thanks again for visiting- hugs and I hope you have a fabulous week, my friends!


sandie said...

Beautiful layering and gorgoeus papers, I do love that ribbon, yet again a delightful and inspiring card x

Michele K. Henderson said...

Beautiful card with a beautiful sentiment! Very pretty!
Take care!

laurie said...

Love the yummy layers and pretty blooms! Gorgeous!

Karen Davis said...

So very, very, pretty Julie. I adore everything about your card :)

Unknown said...

This is one of my favorite verses and you've done a lovely job showcasing it! TFS at Word Art Wednesday!
Misty D.

Christine said...

The layout of your card is so pretty and the flowers are perfectly placed! Thanks for sharing your work at Word Art Wednesday!

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Julee (Vervegirl) said...

This is so gorgeous, Julie! I think I could stop and stare for hours. Love it!

MackieMade Paper Creations said...

Gorgeous! Love the flowers and the fabulous papers!

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