I had a little time to color with Copics during the break, so I wanted to make a card using some of my new supplies. The flowers and sentiment are from Serendipity Stamps, and the tag, some ribbon, and the enamel dots are from Michele of Crimson Owl Creations:
The flowers are Serendipity Stamps, Summer Flower Pops. I wanted the flowers to look like Gerbera daisies. I stamped them on the panel, and then stamped a second flower for each, and cut out just the top layer of petals, which is popped up with foam adhesive. Next, I layered the tag partially up on foam tape, and the sentiment (Serendipity Stamps, And I Think to Myself) partially popped up with foam tape in the other direction. Then I layered the ribbons together. See a pattern here? All my layers are intentional so I can play over at Virginia's View Challenge #14 which is all about layering and dimension!
This card was inspired by the following challenges:
Serendipity Stamps Challenge Blog #42: Monograms and Verse. My verse takes center stage on this card. I love that sentiment! I can hear Louis Armstrong singing it every time I see it, and it is so beautifully written!
Virginia's View Challenge #14: Layers and Dimensions I LOVE dimension, thanks for this challenge, Virginia!
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge: A is for... AND (the first word of my sentiment).
Before I go, I want to thank Jess from All the Sparkle for my wonderful prize gift. Thank you, Jess!
Thank you for coming over to visit! I hope you have a great day, and now that break is over, I hope to visit you all soon!