I am doubling up on a post. The challenge this week on Art Impressions blog is "Spring has Sprung". Well I have been thinking on this one for a couple of weeks (like Winnie the Pooh, think, think...think think think!) and it was a true challenge for me.
I didn't want to do the typical flowers and stacked Spellbinders (though I do like that look in a card) but with the title "Spring has SPRUNG" I felt it needed more with a feeling of how I feel as spring has blossomed here, and so early, and so many blooms! (Sympathy to those with pollen allergies) So I will delay no longer. Here is the card, it folds to fit in a standard A2 envelope and I purposely left off any 3D embellishments so that it folds flat. Also, the bushes were created by using the tree stamp.
I am including the youtube video that demonstrates how to do the fold. Very easy and simple. I hope you like this post....and any questions on how I did this, just leave me a comment and I will respond, I promise. Also if you would rather email me, or have problems leaving a comment, my email is email@example.com Thanks for looking!
|Spring Has Sprung|
Spring has Sprung
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
Stamps:Art Impressions Giant Oak Tree (Sku#T1584)
Art Impressions Evelyn (Sku#T3519)
Art Impressions Cloud F-2385
Inky Antics verse K5-3093-3F
Punches:Martha Stewart Fence M284101
M.Stewart Wild Flowers 42-8005
M.Stewart Tulip Garden 42-40027
W2, W4, W5 (camera & binoculars)
E000, E02, R02, R14 (skin)
YR12, YR15, YR24 (hair)
YG93, YG97 (shirt and shoes))
E41, E43, E44 (shorts and socks)
YG21, YG23, YG25, G94
E21, E23, E25 (tree)
BG0000 (glasses, etc.)
R27 (flowers on bushes)
R14, Y19, BG23 (flowers behind fence)