I am also a big fan of a of websites that do these types of challenges. Today's card is from the latest Mojo Monday Sketch Challenge.
I didn't deviate much from the sketch.
I began in Cricut design space to see what digital elements I might have to begin the card. That's where I found the sentiment. "I Love You a Bushel and a Peck" is something I heard a lot growing up. There is even a song I remember that goes with this.
Also using my Cricut I was able to print out a black and white rose background. I have this saved as a pattern I purchased from somewhere. I looked through my files again, but can't figure out which collection it belongs to. I did add some color to this using Picked Raspberry distress ink. I rubbed it on making sure to be heavier on the outside leaving it light in the middle.
The lips came from design space. If you have a subscription to access it is a free image. I added some clear wink of stella on this to make it shine.
The pink cardstock is cut out using a cross stitch edged die. I took a white strip cut it to 1 1/2 inches wide, then dry embossed it using a swirl cuttlebug folder.
Finally, I stacked the layers referencing the sketch. I added some pink and white twine and some rhinestone circles which brought the card together.
I really like the card. The sketch really helped me stretch because when I first saw it earlier this week I did not think I could pull of a card using it.
Hope you are having a good weekend. If you like haul videos, I do have one in a previous post so check it out.
I am entering this card into the following challenges: