My second speed challenge. What can you make in under 10 minutes? The As You See It Challenge (#253) asked if you can do it and use Foliage as your theme.
Here is the result:
How long do you think it took?
- Card Base: (8½” x 5½” scored at 4¼”) Soft Succulent cardstock.
- Accent Mat: (3⅜” x 4⅝”) Evening Evergreen. From the center, three Leaf Skeletons were die-cut using the Open Leaf die from the Sunflowers Dies set.
- Top Panel: (3¼” x 4½”) Basic White cardstock. The Smaller Rectangle from the Watercolor Shapes stamp set was stamped four times in 2nd Generation Soft Succulent ink (stamped-off once). The sentiment, hello, from the Biggest Wish stamp set was stamped in Evening Evergreen ink. The panel was then dry-embossed with the Tasteful Textile 3D Embossing Folder. The previously cut Skeleton Leaves were adhered to the panel in a cascade over the stamped Rectangles.
The top panel was adhered to the Evening Evergreen accent mat, covering the die-cut holes, and then adhered to the card base.
And, I stopped the clock…7 minutes and 54 seconds…less than 10 minutes…Yeah Me!
I think I have mentioned that this will be a favorite color combination. I am very happy with how this card tured out.
Have you ever timed yourself? This was a fun challenge and I am glad I participated.
Thanks for spending some of your time with me today. Cheers, Jolanda!
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3 thoughts on “Biggest Wish – Hello”
I love the texture and the graphic look of your design, Jolanda! I am a big fan of that colour palette, too! Thanks for getting your adrenaline pumping with us at As You See It Challenges!
Until I read the details, I thought you’d used and acrylic block to stamp the rectangles. This set is one for me to investigate further! I do like this bold and graphic design – another beauty, Jolanda. Thanks for joining us again at As You See It Challenge.
What an awesome creation! I love things in threes and I love how you used both the stamp AND the diecut! Wonderful! Thanks for playing with our Speed Stamping challenge this week!