Paper Player's challenge #420 was an interesting study in verticals. I'm just getting my head around Stampin' Up!'s 'Nothing Sweeter' stamps and dies, so decided to interpret the sketch using them. Thank goodness for the Stamparatus, which was a boon for this card.
Stampin' Up! card (Blueberry Bushel, Whisper White), DSP (In-colour 2018-2020), ink (BAsic Blac, Lovely Lipstick, Pool Party), stamps (Nothing Sweeter), framelits (Sweetly Stitched).
Other products: Zing! (American Craft) embossing powder in green glitter finish; francheville rhinestone.
I like the clever way you've used the verticals of the design to build up the present as the eye moves across the page. The finished parcel pops against the softer green of the shadow presents. Thanks for joining us at The Paper Players again, JoMo.ReplyDelete
Such a fun card! I love the different shades in your stamping of the gifts! The red package just pops! So happy you joined us at The Paper Players this week! XXReplyDelete
This is very clever Jo and an interesting way to interpret the sketch. I love how the columns of green parcels naturally draw the eye across from left to right to focus on the main red gift - very creative. Thanks for sharing with us over at The Paper Players this week!ReplyDelete