The other day I took out two of my new-ish die sets and was determined to use them. I eventually ended up with this blue panel:
I went in search of a sketch. I rummaged through my stack of sketches and found this one by Sketch Saturday:
My rectangle became the square in the sketch, and I used pieces of paper remnants from my Basic Grey Out Of Print paper pack to put behind the rectangle. This is what came out:
Something's off ... I'm not feeling the love. I either needed to put black behind the blue panel, or behind the printed papers. But if you like subtle, I give you subtle. It seemed like a good idea at the time.
I needed a sentiment, and with nowhere to put one, I almost tossed the whole thing, but instead I remembered the Crazy 4 Challenges challenge is to use the word hello on a card. I CAN DO THIS! I pulled out my Clearly Besotted A Little Sentimental set and used the tiny hello; stamped it in white and embossed it with white. Perfect fit.
I almost didn't post this card here, but I went to the local holiday street fair around noon today and ate some street food, and I'm sitting here debating whether I also want to nap, so this card is all I have for you today. So far. I might go create after a nap with Bobra. He's such a cuddler, and tough to resist. :)
Thanks for stopping by!
Stuff I used: Bazzill card stock (blue and yellow), SU black card stock, Basic Grey Out of Print 6x6 paper, and the following: