Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Hello paper crafters. Today I'm happy to share a card I posted on the KinderStampO blog as a guest designer. KinderStampO has a great selection of flowers, trims, and other bling that you just NEEEED. The theme for this project was FUN IN THE PARK. 

Initially, I pulled out bright pinks and teals, but decided on a more elegant feel for my card. Here's what I created:

As you can see, I thought of a fun day at the park, laying among the flowers and smiling. Who doesn't like a day to escape responsibility and just enjoy the scenery?! 

I started by sewing patterned paper onto the card front, adding a doily and the sentiment. Next, I layered several punched out pieces, flowers, and bling. The heart was punched out of white cardstock and inked with a dye ink pad. The hard surface of the dye ink pad made the harsh lines you see. I added more stitching to the collage of embellishments, only this time a little less structured. 

You can find the bling, doily, and paper flowers in the KinderStampo Online Store. Make sure to check out the KinderStampO blog to find more inspiration.

Cardstock: A Muse Studio (Kraft, Sugar, Blueberry)
Stamps: Market Street Stamps
Ink: Memento (Rich Cocoa)

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