To create the faux panel, I first cut a square from a sticky note and made it the size that I wanted my square to be. Then I lightly traced around it with pencil. Next, I removed the mask and stamped my flower and sentiment directly to the card front. My last step was to use a straight edge and Black marker to trace over the penciled square.
To create the "background", I used my square sticky note mask to mask the square. I also cut a mask for my flower. Then I stamped the little flowers and dots over the masks and off the edges of the card. When I removed the masks I colored the flower and added a few sequins.
- The sketch is this week's challenge (SIP #35) at Stamp Ink Paper challenge blog.
- The colors: Mint Macaron, Pool Party, Blushing Bride and Gold are from this week's challenge (#237) from IN(K)SPIRE_me challenge blog.
All supplies are Stampin' Up! and can be found in my Online Store here.
Stamps: Birthday Bloom
Card Stock: Whisper White, Heavyweight Whisper White
Ink: Basic Black, Mint Macaron, Pool Party, Blushing Bride
Other: Gold sequins, Aquapainter