Good morning and welcome to my post for Isabella's Sketchbook. Our challenge to you this week is to make a birthday card using one of Isabella's delightful digital images. This prize, going out to a random winner, will be two of Isabella's digital images plus a Cuttlebug Lace Tree Embossing Folder and the "I Won" badge. I hope you will stop by Isabella's Sketchbook Challenge Blog to see the birthday greetings the other talented designers have for your inspiration. And while you're at it, stop by the designer's personal blogs and check out their awesome work. We have some very talented designers on this team!
When I sat down to make this card, I had a vague idea of what I wanted to do, but really wasn't sure. I fiddled with it quite a bit and really love the final outcome. Sometimes things just come together so nicely and this was one of those happy occasions. Built on a shell of Old Olive and River Rock, I layered embossed vellum and Tempting Turquoise of them. I ripped around the edges of a rectangular piece of K&Co. DP and sponged the eges with Vintage Photo. The edges of the vellum are also sponged with Vintage Photo. The digital image was colored with Copics nd the flower was printed a second time, colored and trimmed out to be popped up for dimension. I also repeated teh process with the other flower in the corner. Both flowers have a Kaiser yellow pearl in the center. The lace is by Prima and the vintage corner is a piece of cardboard cut with a Cuttlebug die and embossed with Judi-Kins Egyptian Gold EP. The sentiment was printed on my printer and cut with a Spellbinders tag die. I think that about covers it for this card.
Hope to see you playing along this week in the Isabella's Sketchbook Challenge. Wishing you many blessings on your day.