I guess the message on today’s card is quite apparent! This card was a lot of fun to make. It’s a mini slimline that measures 6 1/2 x 3 1/2. I embossed the front panel using a polka dot embossing folder from my stash. I pulled out the retired SU stamp set: Calligraphy Essentials and stamped “celebrate” in black Versa Fine ink and heat embossed it with clear embossing powder. They’re cut using the Scan n’ Cut. I also cut a black shadow. Each word is colored using copic markers. I glued the first three words from the top down and the last two from the bottom up, leaving a space for the small die cut sentiment. This sentiment is from MFT’s Itty Bitty Birthday Sentiments and cut from MFT’s Itty Bitty Strips. It’s also heat embossed.
The inside sentiment is from an older CTMH set. I really like to mix of fonts.
I’m playing along with the As You See It Challenge #272…
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a wonderful week ahead.
Using the die cut words as the repeat horizontals was a clever way to use the sketch. The background polka dots were a great choice. Thanks for sharing with us at As You See It.
Wow, Rosanne! What a great way to play out sketch! These dies are gorgeous – such detail and vibrant color! Love all the texture as well! Thanks so much for playing at As You See It!
What a clever card and use of dies to follow the sketch! The dots in the background combined with the black really pops the dies! Beautiful! Thanks for joining us at As You See It!
I love your rainbow palette for the die cut words! A beautiful horizontal array, Rosanne! Thanks for trying out our sketch at As You See It Challenges!
What a FUN card! You really nailed this sketch with these fun colors, whoever received this card will love it! Thanks for using our sketch this week at As You See It!
Your repeating sentiment diecuts are such a great way to represent the horizontal elements of the sketch and the beautiful rainbow of colours is so cheery! Thanks for playing along with us over at As You See It for our sketch challenge!