It's damp and warm, and the air smells green, like spring.
I don't even want to think about spring!
But a misty, foggy day like this puts me in a "doing" mood. I've got a workbasket with sewing projects waiting to be finished. I'm in the middle of editing a family video, and of course there's laundry to be folded.
But first thing this morning I dig out paper, stamps and inks again, and I created this little card from an idea burning in my head.
I'd been wanting to use this new die set from Momenta, which my sister gave me.
First, I used black chalk ink to stamp this lone flower from Fiskars Petals from Scratch set. I lined inside the petals with a white crayon and then sponged over the flower with Radiant Neon Coral from Imagine Crafts. I used the tip of a cotton swab to ink over the leaf and stem with Lettuce green chalk ink. I die cut the sentiment three times and layered it for extra dimension, and then used a round corner punch all around the card.
I'm entering this in the latest CASology Challenge.
Week #232--Cue: Cut
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