Happy Friday everyone~
I have one card for Sweet ‘N Sassy Digi Challenge (SNSDC58)! The challenge is to create a Clean & Simple card with two layers maximum.
You can use any digital stamps. Only requirement is the image has to be digital – but if you have any digital stamps from Sweet ‘N Sassy Stamps, we’d love you to use them! You can visit SNS Digi Challenge Blog for more information about the challenge and find out how to win free digital stamps from SNSS and/or become a guest designer for a month! Can’t wait to see your creation!
I am not good at Clean and Simple style but sure enjoy making ones :) I decided to use Butterfly & Flower Digital Stamp for the image and one of sentiments from True Friend Sentiments Digital Stamp set. The card base was dry embossed with CB embossing folder. The image was colored with Copic markers and die cut with SB Oval Nestabilities. Then I adhered the yellow pompom trim ribbon around the mat. After punching the sentiment piece with corner & edger punches, I embellished the silver pearls to finish off.
Be sure to stop by SNS Digi Blog Design Team for more inspiration!
- Cathy Wallington
- Ceal Pritchett
- Cyndi Bundy
- Melinda Gleissner
- Patricia Hays
- Stephanie Serrano
- Stephanie Wright
- Wendy Jordan
Stamps: Butterfly & Flower, True Friend Sentiments (SNS Digi)
Paper: pear pizzazz (SU), white cardstock (PT)
Ink: Distress Ink broken china (Ranger), Copic markers
Accessories: pompom trim ribbon, silver pearls
Tools: Spellbinders Nestabilities classic ovals, CB embossing folder, MS edger punch, SU ticket corner punch
Thank you for stopping by. Have a wonderful week!
Gorgeous coloring of this image, Maki! Lovely (and true) sentiment as well. Adding this image to my Wish List!
What a beautiful card, Maki! I really like all the details you included -- edge punches/dies and inking get me every time. :)
love the pom pom border. this is so beautiful, Maki!
Awwww, what a beautiful sentiment and gorgeous card, Maki. Love it!
So many beautiful details in this clean and simple card- Beautiful work!
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