The words from Wet Paint and Wet Paint II are die cut from gold shimmer cardstock, with the first couple of letters from the "today" die cut snipped off to get the sentiment I wanted.
Keeping it clean and simple, the edges of the sentiment panel were swiped with Versamark ink and then heat embossed with a gold glitter embossing powder. A piece of gold thread is tied in a bow before the panel is popped up on the card base.
For the PTI Day 4: Build a Bouquet Challenge, the Larger than Life stamp set and dies are paired with the Fusion: Orange, Teal and Brown challenge. I took inspiration from the colors, the flowers in the photo and followed the sketch for the card design.
This isn't a color scheme I usually work with, but as soon as I saw it, I thought of this pretty ribbon I'd picked up at a local scrapbook store last month. Three of the stamps were inked with Distress Ink markers and stamped on die cuts and two of the images in the set die cut from brown cardstock. The bouquet is formed and tied together with a small piece of the ribbon.
A strip of ribbon takes the place of the horizontal panel and the bouquet is laid over this on a diagonal line to mimic the sketch. The sentiment is from the Thank You Kindly stamp set.
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