I immediately went to my Vivid Vases stamp set. Using the Another Thank You photopolymer set, I did curve the sentiment as much as I could.
I stamped Vivid Vases on two different Designer Series Paper sets. Cutting out the vases took a little bit of time, but I believe it was worth it.
I then used my Blendabilities for the flowers and leaves. First off, I suggest you stamp the flowers on scrap pieces of paper to practice until you are satisfied with the look before coloring on the main image.
A few notes about coloring with Blendabilities:
***When coloring small images, use only two of the marker set. It's difficult to get all three in. I used light & dark markers, coloring it several times to get the better blended look.
***To color the navy flower, dot with the dark color and then fill in with the light color.
***I used only the light from the Old Olive Blendabilities for the leaves. I hope that Stampin' Up! comes up with a lighter green marker set.
***For the first flower, I did "tip to tip" coloring. First I colored in the whole flower with the Blush marker from the Skin Tone Assortment. Then using the Blush marker, I picked up a little color from the Melon Mambo light marker. Starting at the bottom of the flower, I flicked the color up until it blended with the Blush color. I did this several times until I was satisfied with the look.
Stamps - Vivid Vases, Another Thank You, Blooming with Kindness (inside sentiment)
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black, Lost Lagoon
Blendabilities Sets - Night of Navy, Coastal Cabana, Melon Mambo, Daffodil Delight, Old Olive, Skin Tone Assortment
Cardstock - Crushed Curry, Lost Lagoon, Whisper White
Designer Series Paper - Flowerpot, Lullaby
Accessories - Lost Lagoon ribbon, banner punch, Oval framelits, Jewels Basic Pearls
How about you taking on the challenge to make a card from this week's Sketch Frenzy Friday?
If you need to see more ways on how to use this sketch, check out the rest of the design team's cards at Sketch Frenzy Friday Blog. You can also add a link at the bottom to your post about your card.
Have a blessed day,