I changed the colors and the Christmas theme. I changed the focal point from a Poinsettia to a die cut wreath. I cut one wreath from white cardstock and one from blue cardstock and stacked them. I die cut a flower and added that and the rhinestones to the wreath. Instead of a sticker border and ribbon that Jean used on her card, I adhered a panel I stamped with the Shaded Summer images. The floral images were stamped with Blueberry Bushel ink and then shaded with a light blue Copic marker. I dry embossed the large white panel. The sentiment was computer generated, die cut and mounted on a ribbon. Thank you, Julie and Nancy, for hosting these fun challenges.
Date: Sunday, May 1, 2022 GMT Views: 268
Registered: February 19, 2011 Location: Fullerton, CA Posts: 9030
Sun, May 01, 2022 @ 3:07 PM
You combined all your inspiration pieces into one fabulous card. Love love love your stamped border with the bit of shading. Coordinates so beautifully with your wreath and flower. Your card reminds me of Delft China. Beautifully done.
Rita, this is such a gorgeous card. I love the blue and white color combination and the beautiful embossed background. The blue and white wreath is absolutely stunning with the designer paper you used.