Hello my crafty friends!!!
Today is our last challenge for the summer
We will return this fall!
Look at our gorgeous inspiration board for our last summer challenge:
I was inspired by the pretty blues and starfish to create my Clean & Layered style card.
The starfish and sand dollars were cut with dies from Hero Arts called Seashells Fancy Dies. I love the stitched edges on the starfish! I added some Diamond Stickles to the centers of the sand dollars and the starfish.
The background was made by layering the different shades of card stock which I die cut using a die from Reverse Confetti called Doin the Wave. The sentiment is from a very old stamp set from MFT called All Occasion Sentiments. It may not be available anymore, which is too bad, because I have used it MANY times!!!!!
I hope I have inspired you to create a card or project to share with us!!!
The style of my card would be considered
CLEAN & LAYERED
~Lots of Layers
~Designer papers, embossing
~Clean & Fresh looking
~Some colored images
I hope you will create a card or project using any of the styles we have defined or create your own with a combination of styles.
All of the styles are explained HERE.
1. Use the challenge inspiration to create a card.
2. Use one of the challenge styles to create a card (or if you prefer, combine a few styles).
3. Explain in a post which style or combination of styles you used and what inspired you from our photo.
4. Link your post using our linky (please link to the actual post on your blog and not just your blog).
5. Please try to comment on the cards ahead of you and behind you in the linky. Everyone loves comments!
We look forward to seeing your artwork in our gallery!
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to see what the other Team Members have created.
Thanks for stopping by!!!
STUFF I USED:
Stamp: All Occasion Sentiments (MFT)
Dies: Seashells Fancy Dies ( Hero Arts)
Doin the Wave (Reverse Confetti)
Paper: Pool Party, Soft Sea Foam, Seaside Spray (Stampin Up)
Ink: Versafine Clair Nocturne
Other: Diamond Stickles, clear sequins