Creating a monochromatic card using the new In-Color Pale Papaya.
I created a circle mask when I made my last card. I re-used it for this card. I used the (2⅛”) Layering Circle Die and die-cut it of a Post-it-Note.
On a piece of Basic White cardstock (2½” x 3¾”), Pale Papaya ink was added through the mask using a Sponge Wedge.
This piece was matted with a piece of Pale Papaya In-Color Designer Series Paper (3¼” x 4½”). I also added a Basic White cardstock accent mat (3⅜” x 4⅝”) to separate the patterned paper from the Pale Papaya card base.
For my focal image, I cut six Basic White large Flowers and six Pale Papaya small Flowers with the Flowers and Leaves Punch. I curled the edges with a Bone Folder. The Flowers were stacked and glued in an alternating pattern. Two Basic White and two Pale Papaya. I added a Gold Glitter Enamel Dots to the center of the Flowers.
The sentiment, I thought of you today, from the Love of Leaves stamp set, was stamped in Versamark ink and heat-set embossed with White Embossing Powder on to a scrap of Pale Papaya cardstock. The scrap was trimmed (⅝” x 1½”) for the label.
All that was left was to glue it all together. Why don’t you give this sketch a try? It is a straightforward, simple sketch. The interest is created by the layers and the materials you choose.
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