Friday, April 7, 2017

STAMPlorations March Theme & Sketch Challenge


Hello crafty peeps and welcome!
I'm so happy to say that Shery, owner of  STAMPlorations,
has asked me back as a Guest Designer for the Theme & Sketch challenge
for another month! Woo Hoo!!

Here are the Theme & Sketch for April:



As always, you can use just the theme, just the sketch, or both!
For my card, I've used both theme and sketch:



and the inside:


My focal image is the new Flutter Zen 1 layering dies. Look at the amazing detail on that
intricate top layer!! I heat embossed in black the word happy from the Blossom Overture stamp set. The Birthday word die was cut 3 times and stacked. On the inside of my card, I used a
sentiment from the Fond Expressions 2 stamp set.

Now it's your turn to make something fun with wings and link up at the
STAMPlorations Theme & Sketch Challenge! For more amazing inspiration,
please check out what the Design Team have created and leave some love!

Thanks for visiting. Have a wonderful day!


Supplies:
Stamps: STAMPlorations - Blossom Overture, Fond Expressions 2
Ink: VersaMark; Ranger DI - Peacock Feathers
DP: Pebbles - Garden Party
CS: Darice; scraps
Accessories: GC; CUTplorations - Flutter Zen 1 layering dies, Birthday word die; MFT - stitched line frame die; Inkadinkado - black EP; heat gun; MISTI; Recollections - vellum; Ranger - Crystal Stickles
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, 3D foam squares; Ranger - Multi Medium Matte; Recollections - tacky tape

3 comments:

  1. Oh, that butterfly really is awesome, Chris, and I love it paired with the pretty floral paper you chose! The framework with the vellum is super elegant, too! Awesome job, and congrats on your guest designer spot! They know talent when they see it! ;)

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  2. I say woo hoo too!!! Sheri's smart... look at the awesomeness you created with her products!

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  3. Wow! Chris everything just married together beautifully here. The background is just perfect for that gorgeous die. (Got mine in the mail a few days ago)Love the touch of vellum and such beautiful colour choice. Great news that you got to stay an extra month! Hugs.

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