Hello again, crafty friends! Wow, I missed one of my bi-weekly challenge posts and it feels like I haven't posted in forever. Even though I have been a busy little crafter, I just haven't taken time to share it all. However, I had a ball with this week's sketch from the Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge blog and I can't wait to share it with you. I admit, this is another sketch I found a bit intimidating at first but once my idea came together I pulled out all the stops. Let's get started!
details: I started by creating a custom background on White Daisy cardstock using a hostess-exclusive stamp set from the SE1 Idea Book, called "Sent and Delivered," and Heather ink and my WeRMemory Keepers stamping platform. For a little added pop of color, I dug up my Studio G punch that features 4 tiny hearts and punched sets from scrap pieces of Raspberry and Pixie cardstocks and adhered them to the envelope images.
For the horizontal stripe, I used the retired chevron border punch to create a base out of Heather, Raspberry, Pixie, and White Daisy cardstocks.
I used the retired Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge to create this postage stamp image by selecting the slider tag image and contouring the slots, and sized the image to 2 1/4". I then used VersaMark ink and white embossing powder to heat emboss the main sentiment.
For the element on the right, I used Raspberry ink to stamp this image of 3 wavy lines onto white cardstock. I then used Raspberry ink again for the "special delivery" sentiment that is set on an oval, and then I fussy cut that image and popped it up with 3-D foam tape.
I hope you enjoy looking at this card as much as I enjoyed making it. I hope you will also take time to check out the rest of the design team's creations for you, and we would love to see your take on the sketch too! As always, you have until 10:55 pm Eastern/9:55 pm Central on Sunday, 5/20/18, to link up your creations, which you can do HERE. Thanks for stopping by and happy crafting! ~~ Annette