Here it is again - the third Monday of the month and time for a Double Trouble Challenge. This is biweekly Challenge #108. As is customary, there are three "Things" to consider when you play along with our challenge.
Thing 1 (required): Trouble Maker needs to see a basic shaped frame on your project that has been cut from a die.
Thing 2 (optional): Double Dare knows you'll be happy to have used a die so you can link up with our partner, Dies R Us #191.
Thing 3 (optional): Twisted Sister would like you to celebrate Mother's Day or another special occasion with flowers and/or butterflies. I chose to create a thank you card.
I was in the mood to create a simple card from a sketch today. It's not CAS but it's basic. I selected an old sketch from the past and a few patterned papers from my stash. After embossing the front of my card base to add texture, I added a floral panel with a die-cut border in dotted yellow paper. The sentiment was stamped on white cardstock and die-cut using a scalloped frame, then matted with pink cardstock. The butterfly was punched from dotted yellow paper and adhered to the sentiment frame. This was added to the card with foam tape. A few pearls were added to the butterfly and the sentiment. The inside of the card was lined with white cardstock and decorated with a pink punched butterfly.
We hope you'll join us at the DTC108 Blog and the DRU191 Blog for our challenges. Double Trouble runs through Sunday evening, May 1, 2022, and Dies R Us runs through Thursday, April 28, 2022.
Stamp: Pinkfresh Studio "Incredibly Grateful"
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
Cardstock: Stampin' Up! Basic White, Pretty in Pink & Lost Lagoon
Patterned Paper: from stash
Embossing Folder: SU! "Painted Texture"
Punch: SU! "Itty Bitty Butterfly"
Dies: Lawn Fawn (scalloped border) & Waffle Flower ("Lacy Layers 2")
Misc.: Pearls and foam tape from stash