I had seen the sketch at FMS when it first came out and immediately went, wow, that's a bit intimidating. I don't really make a whole lot of square cards and I didn't know what to do for the 3 squares in the sketch. I was going through my blogroll today and the sketch popped up and I happened to look at my acrylic blocks and the idea for the card popped right into my head. Funny how stuff like that happens!
My daughter was definitely on my mind for this card. I am not a summer person at all, I prefer the cold and snow. Thankfully here in southcentral Alaska the summers aren't usually too warm and we stay a comfortable 70 or 75 degrees. My daughter LOVES the summer sun and she also loves flip flops. She wears them year round, even in the dead of winter. With her in mind I inked up my acrylic block in Bermuda Bay, spritzed it with water and then stamped it on the card. I repeated the process with Daffodil Delight and Melon Mambo. I used a stamp from Simon Says Stamp to stamp the flip flops and sentiment in StazOn. As you can see I didn't go with a square card, but kept the layout the same.
Thanks for stopping by!
Stamps: Flip Flop Season (SSS)
Paper: Whisper White Thick (SU)
Ink: Bermuda Bay, Daffodil Delight, Melon Mambo (all SU), Black StazOn
Accessories: Acrylic Block
Fabulous take on the sketch! The bright colors you used for squares add such a warm look and the flip flops - or jandals as we call them in New Zealand :) are such a fun look. Thanks so much for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches.ReplyDelete