Sunday, 16 October 2016

INKspired Sketch Blog Hop 43 -

Hello and welcome 
to our INKspired hop.
You may have come across from Allison - can't wait to see
her lovely creation this fortnight
or you may have started here but please do take 
the time to hop
around and see all the beautiful cards
that everyone has made
Now here is the sketch that Teneale has
given us this fortnight

I wanted to use the 
Circle of Spring stampset and cut the
flowers out with the Wonderful Wreath
Framelits. Placed some Real Red Metallic thread behind 
the wreath.
I sponged the crumbcake cardstock with
crumbcake ink and used the Softly Falling Textured
embossing folder.
Used the Banner Framelits with Very Vanilla cardstock to create the banner.



Thank you
for taking the time to stop by.

Now it is onto
Louise to see her creation



Bye for now
Maree
xxx


List Of Products:
Stamps:
Circle of Spring  stampset

Cardstock:
Crumbcake cardstock,  Very Vanilla cardstock

Ink:
Basic Black Archival Stampin' Pad, Crumbcake Ink, Brights Stampin' Write Markers

Other odds and ends required:
 Stamping Sponges, Wonderful Wreath Framelits, Banners Framelits, Real Red thread from the Metallic Thread Combo Pack, Softly Falling Textured Embossing Folder, Blender Pens









10 comments:

  1. It is bad I don't have this stamp set? And I love it! Why do I keep going past it? Your card is stunning Maree - I love the bits of thread and the colours are perfect for Spring. The Crumb Cake base really makes the wreath shine. Great card. xo

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    1. Thanks Lou I love this stampset but have not used it often enough!

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  2. Oh great card Maree, it has a lovely spring feel.

    Great seeing you Friday night, hope you got home safe.

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    1. Thanks Teneale, home ok just a bit weary.

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  3. Great card Maree, great colouring.

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    1. Thanks Barb I do love a bit of colouring..

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  4. Gorgeousness! Love the bright and happy feel that your colour scheme and stamp selections bring to your card.

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    1. Thamks Lissa I am going to try it with some different colour backgrounds.

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