A busy day of card making!

Hi everyone & thanks for stopping by.
I’m so happy its the weekend. My other half is out of town and I’ve been card making all day. Our flat is a big mess, but it has been worth it. I have made quite a few cards for various challenges that I’ll be sharing over the next few days.
My first card today is for the Embellish Magazine challenge – creating a vintage card using green, rust and yellow. The card is also for the Card Positioning Systems Sketch #190. Vintage does not come naturally to me, but I gave it my best shot!
Here are the fabulous colors for the Embellish challenge:

And here is the sketch for the Card Positioning Sketch challenge:
Here is the first card – I used an old book to create the flower – something I’ve seen on quite a few blogs and in magazines lately. The layout is also inspired by a card I saw in Create: Stamping by Belinda Chang Langner.
Here is a detail of the flower – I die cut scalloped circles and inked the edges with Distress Ink.
I have another card to share as well – this one is also for the Embellish color challenge (again!) and also for the 2Sketches4You challenge – I love their sketches, but always struggle to finish cards in time to take part! Here is the sketch:
And here is my take on the sketch:
Thanks for visiting – I really appreciate it! Stop back tomorrow for some more entries for the Wplus9 challenge!
Card details:
‘Thank You’
Paper: card blank (Hero Arts); patterned paper (Thrift Shop, October Afternoon, Bitty Box and Bitty Dot, Papertrey Ink)
Stamp: Sentiment (American Crafts)
Ink: Pumpkin Pie Chalk Ink (Versamagic); Tea Dye Distress Ink (Ranger)
Accessories: Ribbon (Papertrey Ink); button (Woodware); twine (Ribbon Girl); book pages, corner chomper

‘Best Wishes flower’
Paper: card blank (Woodware), patterned paper (Porcelain, Basic Grey, Bitty Box, Papertrey Ink), carstock (Papertrey Ink)
Stamp: sentiment (Hero Arts); leaf (Hero Arts)
Ink: Rich Cocoa (Tsukineko)
Accessories: Ribbon (Papertrey Ink); brad (Basic Grey), border punch (EK Success); fabric flowers (Petaloo)
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Comments

  1. says

    These are fabulous!! I love the rounded corners on the first one, especially with the three different papers!! Great job with the CPS sketch! ♥♥♥