Regardless, I loved the sketch so went ahead and finished my card and want to share it with you.
Here's the sketch:
Here's my card:
As soon as I saw the sketch I knew I wanted to do a card using the Decorative Dots Embossing folder as a background for the layers in this sketch and the Stippled Blossom stamp set for my image.
I think my concept worked really well. I flipped the layout so the tag and ribbon were on the left hand side of the card and the small flower was on the lower right hand side. This allowed me more room to work with my stamped image.
Ink: Crumb Cake and Early Espresso Classic Inks
Card Stock: Early Espresso, Very Vanilla and Crumb Cake
Stamp Sets: Stippled Blossoms #126747 and Blooming With Kindness #126422
Accessories: Big Shot Machine, Trimmer, Stamp-a-ma-jig, Basic Pearls, 3/8" Crumb Cake Taffeta Ribbon (retired), Scalloped Tag Topper Punch (#133324), Large Delicate Doilies Die Cut (retired), Decorative Dots Embossing Folder (#133520), Corner Rounder, Scissors, Adhesive, Dimensionals.
|Using the Stamp-a-ma-jig allowed me to line up the flower images cleanly when using a two-step stamp set like Stippled Blossoms. Here you can see I was able to accurately layer the rose image from the tag with the image stamped on the Very Vanilla layer.|
|I added the smallest of the basic pearls to the centers of the two large rose images and a medium sized pearl to the smaller flower image. Even though the taffeta ribbon is retired I'm still in love with the texture and the way you can tie the small bow so beautifully. I also love the sentiment "I'm here for you" from the Blooming With Kindness Stamp set. Because this is such a caring sentiment this card could be used for either a friendship or a sympathy card.|
|The Blooming With Kindness Stamp set a detailed flower image and five greetings that will carry you through lots of card-giving situations.|
|The inside of the card has a Very Vanilla layer that measures 5 x 3 3/4" and is simply stamped with the rose image.|
Thanks for stopping by and checking out this latest post. I'd love to hear your comments on my interpretation of the PPC Sketch.