Running a little behind on a few challenges and deadlines are quickly approaching…
Here we go! Case-ing Tuesday Facebook Challenge (#346) for the Sketch.
Principal Colors were suggested by the TGIF Challenge (#358) and Inspiration from the Stampin’ Up! Only Challenge (#296) for the Flowers, adding the Green, emphasizing the Yellow and picking up on the Wooden Chair Lattice.
Here is the result:
- Card Base: (8½” x 5½” scored at 4¼”) Soft Suede cardstock.
- Background Panel: (4¼” x 5”) Bumble Bee colored patterned paper from the now retired Sale-a-bration Simply Marbleous Designer Series Paper.
- Accent Panel: (3½” x3½”) Soft Suede cardstock.
- The right upper corner was distressed with a Bone Folder and peeled apart using the Suede Technique.
- The panel was then dry-embossed with the Hive 3D Embossing Folder.
- For a more vintage look, I tore the edges of the panel and curled the distressed corner down.
- Decorative Background panel (2¾” x 2¾”) Very Vanilla cardstock.
- The square was dampened and watered-down Magenta Madness ink was applied with the Wide-Tipped Water Painter saturating the paper with diluted color.
- Once dry, the Splatter image from the Quiet Meadow stamp set was added with 2nd Generation Magenta Madness ink (stamped-off once).
- The Post Mark from the Ranunculus Romance stamp set was added to the top right corner with 3rd Generation Soft Suede ink (stamped-off twice).
- The Registration image from the same stamp set was stamped with Mossy Meadow ink.
- Using a Sponge Dauber, the edged were highlighted with Mossy meadow ink.
- Cross Strip: (4¼” x 1½”) Very Vanilla cardstock.
- The Filagree image (3rd Generation) and the Script image (2nd Generation) were stamped with Soft Suede ink.
- Using another Sponge Dauber, the edges were highlighted with Bumble Bee ink.
- Focal images – Flowers: Very Vanilla cardstock scraps.
- The two Floral images were stamped with (3rd Generation) Soft Suede ink and allowed to set.
- The Flowers were quickly water-colored with the Fine-Tipped Water Painter using Magenta Madness, Bumble Bee and Mossy Meadow inks.
- Once dry, the Flowers were die-cut with the coordinating dies from the Ranunculus Dies set.
- Sentiment Label: (⅞” x ¼”) Simply Marbleous DSP scrap.
- The sentiment, HELLO, was stamped with Mossy Meadow ink and closely trimmed.
All of the elements were adhered and/or popped up with Dimensionals as needed to match the sketch. I opted to add a little more romance by using a piece of Very Vanilla Scalloped Lace Trim at the bottom of the Cross Strip.
What a fun stamp set to play with…
Thanks for spending some of your time with me today. Cheers, Jolanda!
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5 thoughts on “Ranunculus Romance – Hello”
Wow Jolanda such detail and depth to your card. I love how you created the top right corner on the soft suede corner very clever. Thanks for joining in on the SUOchallenge hope to see you on the next one x
Jolanda, this is so refined – LOVE the layered and detailed look! Beautiful take on our inspiration pic – you sure took all the best parts, lol. Thanks so much for playing at SU Only!
This card is gorgeous. I love all the different textures and attention to detail. The embossed card layer with the Suede Technique is stunning. Thanks for playing at SUO Challenges
This is fantastic. I love the vintage feel to your beautiful card. Thank you so very much for participating with us at SUOChallenges.com and we hope to see you back tomorrow for our new challenge!
What a beautiful card, Jolanda! I love looking at shabby chic projects, but that style is totally outside my creative wheelhouse 🙂 You’ve got such a great mix of textures going on here, and great use of the colors. Thanks for playing along with us at SUO Challenges!