Artistic Avenger

Pretty Presto

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This week at Create with Connie and Mary, we’ve got an awesome sketch challenges for you! Remember, the sketch is your starting point, you can make it your own! As I did!

The base for my card is Daffodil Delight and it layered with Basic Gray and then a piece of Presto Patterns designer paper.

I made a central layer of Basic Gray and a piece of Play Date designer paper with a little added Chocolate Chip scalloped edge layer. I stamped the sentiment on a piece of Vellum cardstock. And now on to the flowers:

I first stamped the flowers from Fifth Avenue Floral in Jet Black StazOn on the Presto Patterns paper. I then sponged them with coordinating colours: Daffodil Delight, More Mustard, Old Olive. For the stamens on the front flower, I filled them in with Chocolate Chip and then with Crystal Effects.

Lastly, I added some strips of Chocolate Chip cardstock and some Basic Gray satin ribbon.

Thanks for stopping by and I look forward to seeing your creations so head on over to Create with Connie and Mary!

Products used on this project:

Cardstock: Daffodil Delight, Basic Gray, Chocolate Chip, Vellum.

Ink: Jet Black StazOn, Daffodil Delight, More Mustard, Old Olive.

Stamps: Fifth Avenue Floral.

Accessories: Presto Patterns Paper, Stampin’ Sponges, Play Date designer paper, Neutrals buttons, Basic Gray satin ribbon, scallop edge punch.

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7 thoughts on “Pretty Presto

  1. That is probably my most favorite card of yours ever!! Lovely!!

  2. This is too cool! What a clever idea of using the presto paper! I never did get any of that but I just might have to! Love it!

  3. You have used that set fabulously, Carrie. Love the vellum sentiment panel – haven’t done that forever. Thanks for the reminder. Great sketch card.

  4. lovely as always. The patterned paper is perfect and the shading around the edges divine. TFS

  5. The CC: There is that vellum again! I never know what to do with it – but you always do!

  6. I can never seem to get these flowers to stack the way you did! They look so great with the DSP!

  7. I love everything about this card!

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