Do you ever create a whole card and then really dislike it when you're finished??
That would be this card for me! I wanted to make something to enter the latest Make It Mondays challenge--to use a vellum sentiment strip. I had the idea to have several strips of vellum laying diagonally across the card. So far, so good.
I heat embossed "Get Well Soon" onto the lowest of the three strips. I stamped the background dots. I cut the bottom part of the three layers of cs with Edgers #1. Sewed the bit together. Still okay.
Then I added a ribbon diagonally, thinking it would draw the eye. Don't like it.
And then I die cut and stamped the butterflies and positioned and repositioned them about 14 times. Don't like them. I couldn't get them in the right place, and I feel they are too big also. The last step was to color some gems with a Copic marker and add them to the card.
Oh well, it's a learning experience, I guess! This card uses the latest WPlus9 color challenge . (Kraft, Lilac, Turquoise and White).
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"Get Well Soon" (all PTI unless noted)
Stamps: Love Lives Here, Healing Touch, Round and Round Anniversary Set
Ink: Lilac (Colorbox), Hawaiian Shores, Antique Linen and Walnut Stain (Ranger)
Paper: Kraft, Stamper's Select White, Lavender Moon, Vellum
Other: gems, Copic marker, glue dots, Edgers #1, sewing machine, sponge, Hawaiian Shores satin ribbon, White detail embossing powder (Filigree), heat tool