Welcome back!!! Today it’s Happy Inkin’ Thursday Blog Hop time and today we have a fun sketch! Check it out!
And here is what I came up with using the Lasting Lily stamp set and this fun color combo!
Isn’t this a pretty card? Just love love how the colors worked so great together!
INSTRUCTIONS TO CREATE THE LASTING LILY CARD:
- The card base is Berry Burst card stock 5 1/2 x 8-1/2 score and fold at 4-1/4.
- Next, I cut a 3-3/4 x 5 Berry Burst card stock panel and ran it through the Lace embossing folder, and inked it up with white ink to show the embossed parts more. I cut a 3-3/4 x 5 Crushed Curry card stock panel and in an angle adhered it on the bottom of the embossed panel and adhered both to the card front.
- Next, I cut a 3 x 4-1/4 vellum panel and using Tear & Tape (I find it works great with attaching vellum) adhere it on the middle of the card front.
- I stamped the lilies using Crushed Curry ink on Whisper White card stock and on one of them I sponged the inked up stamp a little bit with Berry Burst. Once they were stamped I die cut them using the coordinating dies, but since they have sold out, you can fussy cut them.
- I die cut the stems using Old Olive card stock, but it can be stamped onto Whisper White card stock and fussy cut. I tied the stems using Old Olive Thread using stamping dimensionals I adhered them on the card front.
- Finally I stamped the sentiment on Crushed Curry card stock using Berry Burst ink and die cut it and adhered it on the card front using mini stampin dimensionals and card was done.
And here is another look of my card using the Lasting Lily stamp set.
And now it’s time to check out what the amazingly talented ladies created for this hop using the same color challenge. I can’t wait to see them as well. I was the last one on the hop, so start with Amy Koenders!
Here is the list of the participating ladies
Eva Dobilas – YOU ARE HERE
If you would like to print out the step by step tutorial you can do that by clicking below.
Here is the list of the products I used to create this pretty card, so you can order if you like.