My first impulse was to REALLY CASE the sketch. It is so cute, and I really wanted to use a bumblebee and the honeycomb embossing folder, etc. Since that was just a bit obvious (although I LOVE the idea!), I decided I could quickly squeeze in another Christmas In July card if I hurried. And I would use this darling sketch for my inspiration.
At my August Stamp-In Workshop, I had wanted to have a card for the girls to make utilizing the same technique as I'd introduced in my previous post (Marble-ous Ornaments). So, I decided to change my original design up a bit to make it more workshop-friendly.
Don't you just love the Decorative Dots embossing folder that I used in the background? Doesn't it look like either snowballs or really big snow(flakes) falling?
Here's the sketch that was my inspiration:
I love the card! I hope it's one we get to make. I'm looking forward to this month's workshop, I just hope I can make it with my major meds boo-boo.ReplyDelete
I love your take on the sketch, it's just lovely!ReplyDelete
Love the texture on the background.ReplyDelete
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I love your card, I'm currently hunting for inspiration for this year's Christmas card. Yours is very cute, I totally see the dots as snow!ReplyDelete
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I really love how this turned out! How cute! And looks so simple! Very nice!ReplyDelete
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And I love this one, too!ReplyDelete