Hello again … hope your Sunday has been (or is turning out to be) simply splendid! As mentioned earlier, I’m popping back with this evening (quickly … it’s late!) to share the second card I made yesterday …
I sponged Distress Inks (Tumbled Glass, Peacock Feathers, Chipped Sapphire) over a white card panel, used Jennifer McGuire‘s tip of brushing over the still damp ink with Perfect Pearls to create a faux metallic look, and then did some double partial die cutting. First came the Winnie & Walter ‘Happy’, where I left the ‘p’ and ‘y’ attached to the panel, and second was the Hero Arts Triangle Background. Neat & Tangled‘s Across The Card sentiment was stamped onto a slip of spare card, clear embossed and then trimmed down to fit into the top row of triangles. The finished panel was popped up on foam dots on the base … and I was done!
My card was inspired by these challenges …
A Blog Named Hero – As Clean And Simple As Can Be … I’m thinking it’s crisp and clean … and that there’s lots of ‘white’ (or metallic) space. If it isn’t CAS enough though, ladies, please feel free to delete!
Freshly Made Sketches – see below for the sketch … this is my first time playing … and they’re celebrating their 200th challenge … where have I been??
Hero Arts – Makeover (give a past project a new look) … I CASEd a set of cards made during one of my Winnie & Walter Leading Lady weeks in May (see below), changing the white space for ink sponged space, adding the metallic sheen, die cutting the lower section of the card panel and making the sentiment into a banner.
Little Tangles – Happy Birthday … to celebrate Neat and Tangled’s birthday last week … congratulations on three fabulous years, Danielle!
Winnie & Walter – Join In To Win … Julie and Shay’s ongoing challenge using their wonderful goodies.
That’s it for my weekend! Thanks so much for coming by … your visits and comments are always a joy! Anita 🙂
My original card set …