Photo taken by Wanda G.
For the patchwork part, I followed a blog post by Chris Simon on how to make the quilted looking background and it turned out perfect! I took a brown liner pen to make the faux stitching. I kept the layout really simple since the patchwork speaks for itself. I used the stamp that Wanda had given me for my birthday and colored the girls to look like us.
I so love how the card turned out and so did Wanda...yay! I'll have to make more of these types of cards...it's so easy!
Have a great day!
P.S. Another card for the A Muse Lounge Challenge #19. This month's challenge is "Stick to the Pattern" where we are to create a card using any A Muse stamps or paper and making a pattern on it. Head on over to the Lounge to check out all the other entries!
Stamps: Holding Hands by Elzybells Art Stamps (A Muse) *Stamp no longer available at A Muse but Paper Garden in Sacramento may still have some*
Paper: Petite Gingham, Madeira, Kitchen, Clouds (A Muse), Chocolate (Memory Box Co.), Classic Crest Solar White (Neenah), Pink Bazzill cardstock (Bazzill)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black (Tsukineko)
Accessories: Aqua 3/8" grosgrain ribbon (Ribbons and Bows Oh My!), Copic markers (.Too Corp.), Sepia 0.5 Liner pen (Sakura), Circle and Scallop Circle Punches (Marvy Uchida), Top Note Bigz Die, Stampin' Dimensionals (Stampin' Up!)
ACK! I do love it! It's hanging up in my stamp room! Thank you Tina! Great post and awesome card!ReplyDelete
This is SO cute!! Absolutely adorable! I am totally going to try that patchwork background!! Thanks for the inspiration and thanks for playing along with the challenge Tina! :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful job! And thanks for the shout-out. I love the Elzybells girls - my daughters are 10 and 12, and they reach for those stamps more than any others.ReplyDelete
I really like your card! I think I'll try a patchwork card inspired by you, thanks! :)ReplyDelete