Get Well Wishes for PCC308

Hey All!

Happy October to You ALL!

 

Today’s Card is for a Sketch Challenge from

Paper Craft Crew #308

 

Here is the Sketch!

PCC308

 

Here is my take on the sketch!

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Here is a close up of what I call ‘the cluster’!

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There is a small piece of dry embossed Champagne Foil peeking out!

I wanted lots of texture here!

 

Here is the inside!

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OK, I have a confession…this is how you cover up a smooshed mistake!

Using the Everyday Label Punch, I made a label and mat to cover it up!

There is no mistakes, only opportunities to get creative!

That’s my story and I’m sticking to it!

 

HERE ARE THE STOCK AND MEASURES FOR MAKING THIS CARD:

CARDSTOCK:

Whisper White Thick- card base, 8.5″ x 5.5″ score @ 4.25″ fold in half on the score

Whisper White Regular- 2″ x 3″ for greeting and 2″ x 3″ for inside sentiment

Basic Black- 2″ x 3″ for inside mat, cut in half longwise to mat the sentiment

Champagne Foil Sheet- 1 5/8″ x 1″ (I dry embossed a larger piece, then cut a smaller section for the card)

STAMP SETS:

Dandelion Wishes- greeting, dandelions (front and inside)

Healing Hugs- inside sentiment

INKS:

Smoky Slate- dandelions

Memento Tuxedo Black Stamp Pad- greeting, inside sentiment

TOOLS:

Big Shot- die cut and dry embossing machine

Tin Tiles Dynamic TIEF- Champagne Foil piece

Subtles Dynamic TIEF- greeting banner

Everyday Label Punch- inside label and mat

ACCESSORIES:

1/2″ Satin Ribbon Basic Black- across the front

Leaves Trinkets- leaf embellishment

Basic Jewels Rhinestones- on front of card

 

Here is the Card once again!

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What do you do if you make a mistake?

Do you start all over, or do you find a way to cover it up?

I’ve been known to add rhinestones to ‘ink dots’!

Let me know what you do…in the comments below!

I’m open to other suggestions too!!!!!

 

Until the next Post…Blessings and Well Wishes to you ALL!

2 thoughts on “Get Well Wishes for PCC308”

  1. I love how you extended the dandelion ‘fluff’ floating beyond the focal area. And the ‘cluster’ is a wonderful mix of textures. So glad you joined our Paper Craft Crew challenge this week! ~Deborah

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