This card was a trial and error production! So I'll walk you through what I did - adding in the mistakes as they became happy accidents! I made a brown card from Bazzill cardstock, then attached a piece of Close to My Heart printed paper. Then I tried to stamp a flower onto the frosted plastic with paint, but it kept chipping off. (The flower is a Making Memories foam stamp.) So I stamped the flower with brown Staz-On ink. Then I tried to cut the flower out with a Spellbinders circle die. But the plastic was too thick. I did get a very cool embossed look on the plastic however!
Then I cut out a scallop circle from pp. To get it to adhere to the plastic, I ran it through my Xyron, and then attached it to the plastic. I decided I still wanted a circle shape, so used my Creative Memories circle cutter to cut the frosted plastic, at the very edge of the scallop paper. The CM tool worked like a charm!
Then I edged the plastic circle with pink acrylic paint. If you mess with it, the paint will chip off. But it does look cool. I punched a hole in the center of the stamped flower with a Fiskars anywhere punch, then added the jumbo brad. I finished off with some ribbon and a tag-shaped sentiment. WHEW! It's very little paint, but it does have paint!
Now for Triple the Sketch #64. I had a June ASD kit sitting on my table, and just loved the Jenni Bowlin "bingo card." It was perfect for this sketch.
The cardstock is Bazzill, Stampin' Up, and DCWV. I embossed the blue DCWV paper with the Cuttlebug Script EF, then sanded off the color. The pp is Jenni Bowlin also. I love the layers on this card.
I used my trusty Fiskars scallop blade to cut the red paper strip. I also decorated the bingo card with a red brad and a red button. The sentiment is a Studio G stamp.
A note about the TTS sketches...since I mostly use them for cards, I take a lot of liberties with the sketches. I do try to incorporate one main element from the sketch. For this sketch, I used the center strip and the scallop edge as my main focus.
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