Saturday, January 14, 2017

Sealed with a Kiss

Hello Everyone ~ Time for a Sealed With a Kiss idea!

I spent a lot of time in my craft room after my workshop yesterday.  I have a lot to get done before my workshop on Sunday then this week I have another class as well as one of Sunday.  Today is supposed to be rainy so it will give me the opportunity to get a lot done.

I ran across a sketch at CAS Colours & Sketches that I wanted to play with.    



I began by looking at the Sealed with Love set.  I found a great image that I thought would be interesting to use for an ombre look.  Using the image I stamped it first with Pink Pirouette.  Then my next color was Blushing Bride.  To finish off the colors I used Watermelon Wonder.  I attached this panel to my Watermelon Wonder card base.  I needed a sentiment and when I checked out the ones in the stamp set there was one I had not used.  To add some interest to the sentiment layer, I decided to use a diagonal piece of card stock.  The sentiment was stamped 3 times using Whisper White craft ink that I embossed.  Dimensionals were used to attach the sentiment to my card.  To add that bling I really like I added some gold enamel shapes.  Here is my completed creation.


inside of card and envelope



Stampin' Up supplies used to create my card


Thanks for visiting me today.  I hope you have some fun plans for today.  Have a Super Saturday and if you have the set, show me your Sealed With a Kiss card.

Robbie

5 comments:

samantha's cards said...

Wonderful card, thanks for joining us at CC&S.

Jane said...

Really pretty, love the pink blooms cascading down the card and the black sentiment strip adds real pow! Thanks for playing at CC&S.

karen h said...

Fun card! I love the angled sentiment strip. Thanks for playing along with us at CC&S!

Beverley said...

Such a pretty heart confetti style stamp and it suits the colours you've used and sketch beautifully. Thanks so much for joining in at CC&S. Hugs Bev x

Patricia Hays said...

The black sentiment panel is striking against the pinks in the background. Thanks for sharing your card with us at CC&S! :)