I was able to fit a little crafting into last week, even though we were busy with Nathanael's piano recitals. We had a whirlwind weekend with his fund-raising recital in Prescott for the Symphony Association's Scholarship Fund, and then we headed to Tucson where her performed again for friends from his university days. I have one week before we leave to hear him perform this recital for his master's degree at the University of Houston. So glad we can do all the traveling, but it means I have to get busy with the rest of the cards for my May classes! Well, here's a peak at the first card. I used the design from CAS(E) this sketch for a quick yet elegant card. I am also entering it into the Clean and Simple challenge over at Addicted to Stamps and More. You can click on either link above to head over to these challenge blogs and check out the other projects people have created using their inspiration.
I embossed the floral image from Close to My Heart's "In Bloom" stamp set (A1199) in white on white cardstock. I then used sponge daubers to add the color - canary, pixie and sweet leaf inks. The sentiment from CTMH "Happy to be Friend" (C1605) is stamped in black. I used a Die-namics Inside/Out Stitched Rectangle die to cut out the image panel, then used foam to mount it on a slightly larger piece of white before putting them both on the card base. I love the clean look of white on white, so why not white on white on white?
This card will be one of the projects for my April Stamp Club classes. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like more information about this. Classes will meet on Saturday April 8, Monday April 9, Tuesday April 10 and Thursday April 12. Pre-stamped kits are available if you are unable to attend those dates, and kits can be mailed if you are out of the area.
Thanks for stopping by today!
UPDATE - April 12, 2017
Life has been busy, and I just checked on the Addicted to Stamps and More blog and found out that this card was selected as one of the Honorable Addicts!!! What a fun surprise.