I teach a class at a local art studio once per week and each card encompasses a various technique. These techniques use both difficult techniques and folds as well as simple stamp/ink/paper starter techniques.
This card in particular, uses masking.
The card base is So Saffron and has a square of Real Red cardstock in the upper 2/3rds.
I used the stamp set Tart and Tangy for this project. I first stamped the cherries and then covered them and stamped the orange, then covered that and stamped the strawberry and lastly, covered the strawberry and stamped the apple. I used carious Stampin’ Write markers to colour the stamps.
I punched a double rectangle through both layers on the right hand side and threaded through some red gingham ribbon which I tied in a bow.
I added a strip of Old Olive cardstock and stamped “thanks a bunch” in basic black – this is from One Smart Cookie. Lastly, I added a row of paper piercing along the bottom of the fruit piece.
This is a bright and fun card – thanks for stopping by!