Dandelions for the Sketch Challenge at Splitcoaststampers

Some debossing and colouring for the Sketch Challenge at splitcoaststampers.com this week.

The sketch ….

My card …


  • I debossed the front of a Crumb Cake card base with the Dandelions 3D Embossing Folder. (Debossing is just the opposite side of the folder – most of the images will be indented instead of being raised.)
  • The flowers were coloured with the White Stampin’ Chalk Marker and then Wink of Stella. The stems were coloured with a Pear Pizzazz Stampin’ Write Marker. If you don’t have the marker for Pear Pizzazz you can use a blender pen or water painter with the ink pad.
  • The single dandelion from Garden Wishes stamped on Soft Sea Foam cardstock with Gray Granite ink and then coloured to match the debossed image. I then added the bee trail and bee and a few Rhinestones.
  • I stamped the sentiment with Evening Evergreen ink on Pear Pizzazz Cardstock.
  • What about the white frame? I die cut three rectangles with the Stitched Rectangles Dies, put aside the rectangles for other projects and kept the outside frames. I glue the three frames together and attached them to the card base. The added layers give dimension to the card.
  • Supplies:
    • Stamp Set: Garden Wishes
    • Cardstock: Crumb Cake, Basic White, Soft Sea Foam, Pear Pizzazz
    • Ink: Pear Pizzazz, Gray Granite, Crushed Curry, Evening Evergreen
    • Accessories: Pretty Flowers EF, 1½” Circle Punch, Genial Gems, Dimensionals

… inside and envelope. If you look closely at the left hand side you can see the embossed dandelions – an added surprise for the recipient.

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