Yay for Friday!! I couldn't resist making a second card for this week's Color Throwdown Challenge (you can see the first one I made HERE <------click!):
You can check out the challenge HERE if you missed it.
I was so totally inspired by this card I saw by Yana <-----click! that I had to do my own take on it. Simon Says Stamp's Sketch Ranunculus stamp set is one of my favourites - so combining it with the new Dancing Fruit set was a brilliant idea and I just had to try it out.
This card ended up coming together fairly quickly as I had all the masks ready from making other cards. I always save my masks (unless they're wrecked in the process or get so covered in ink that it starts seeping through) and put them on the stamp backing sheet so that I'll have them ready whenever I used that particular set again.
I stamped all the images onto Bristol Smooth card stock with SSS Intense Black ink, then colored them in with my Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers and a water brush. I splattered that with some Copic Opaque White, then after everything was dry I die cut it with the SSS Wonky Rectangles wafer dies.
The pack of Rainbow Sparkle Mix Jewels that I got recently were perfect for this card - and I added a bunch of them LOL!
The card base was made from some SSS Bright Yellow card stock (and it really is BRIGHT yellow - love it!) and I stamped a sentiment from the SSS Thoughtful Messages stamp set and the lemon again to finish it off.
To see how this card came together check out my video below:
Or watch directly on YouTube HERE <--------click!
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