Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Sweet Memories

Greetings friends, Mindy here to share with you a card that reminds me of days gone by. The scent of Sweet Memories of Lavender and Rose.

This week at Classy Cards 'n Such is challenge #45  1, 2, 3 My 1, 2, 3 ingredients are one stamp, two layers, and three die-cuts. I hope you will be inspired to create with me!

The one stamp I used, is a clear stamp, The Scent of Sweet Memories from Stampavie. I stamped it on a blending card with Memento ink, then colored it in with my Copic markers, but any markers or pencils would be fine to use.

Using my A2 Matting Basics Set A dies from Spellbinders, I cut around the image. Out of the remaining blending stock, I cut the outside detailed layer from Decorative Labels Eight, also from Spellbinders. I then adhered both the image and the frame, on a rectangle of yellow card stock, using Large Joy! Foam Pads behind the frame, to give the card more dimension and make it pop!  That completed step two - two layers.

To complete step three and my card, I die cut a small yellow rose and added a layer of Clear glitter pen by Wink of Stella to make the die cut twinkle. That equals three die-cuts used.

Like the song goes, A-B-C, as easy as 1-2-3, and so is this card! I hope you enjoy making one and submitting it to our challenge. We would love to see your work! 

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nwilliams6 said...

What a cool image. Love that you did the flower the way you did - really does make someone think of sweet memories. Lovely frame too. Well done!

wannabcre8tive said...

Mindy, your card is so pretty. I love the frame you used and the coloring is great.