Today's card was inspired by the awesome sketch over at CAS(E) this Sketch!
The sketch worked perfectly with my new feather stamp set by Papertrey Ink. I masked, sponged & added watermarks to the rectangle, stamped and die cut the feather, popped it up on black fun foam to add dimension. Attached to a piece of black cardstock and added the little bow to finish it off.
Wanted to share a sneak peek of my card for this week's challenge over at StampNation.
This week was a fun inspiration photo to welcome spring to those in the Northern Hemisphere.
Members can view the challenge HERE.
Would love to have you play along with us, but you have to be a member to play!
Thank you for visiting and have a great day!
This is beautiful, Kristie!ReplyDelete
Oh Kristie, I absolutely love your first card design and how the shading continues onto the feather. And your sneak peek of your SN card look super cute.ReplyDelete
Mind Blown!!! OH my friend, you've knocked it out of the park!!! You must have been instantly inspired!ReplyDelete
Beautiful sympathy card. The water colored/droplet panel is so pretty - the perfect backdrop for the 'zentangle' feather! The baby card looks adorable! Totally loving the polkie dot birdie!ReplyDelete
I love your take of the sketch with this beautiful sympathy card, Kristie! Wow!ReplyDelete
Ooh your sympathy card is gorgeous! xxxReplyDelete
That's a stunner Kristie!! Wow!ReplyDelete
Beautiful Kristie!! Love the colors!!ReplyDelete
Oh WOW!! I LOVE the colors you used. Your take on this sketch ROCKS!!ReplyDelete
Wow!!! STUNNING card Kristie!! :)ReplyDelete
You are right - great minds think alike ;) - your card is gorgeous, but I am not telling you anything new here. I really like that you die cut that feather and popped it up - so neat with the little bit of black showing!ReplyDelete
Oh, this is gorgeous! I love your fabulous take on the sketch, Kristie!ReplyDelete
I don't know how I missed this one my friend, but it is just beautiful! I love your ink blending and I love how you made the feather part of the ink blending and part black and white. Stunning effect and makes for a very nice sympathy. Hugs, BrendaReplyDelete
Absolutely stunning!!! WOW!ReplyDelete
LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!ReplyDelete
Very modern sympathy card. This is nice because it's not too sad-looking, if you know what I mean-- sometimes I hesitate on sending sympathy cards because I feel scared that I'll bring on a downer when the grievers are having a better day... you know what I mean? This is nice.ReplyDelete
This is so beautiful, Kristie! Love your choice of colors!ReplyDelete
Wonderful take on the sketch, Kristie! Love the colors, too!ReplyDelete