Just as I was cleaning up my desk, which is usually a mess after my craft session, I suddenly had an urge to do another card using Black, Red & White. Why? Who knows, but create I did. So to make it a little easier, I went in search of a sketch & as usual Mary-Jo to the rescue. She always has great sketches!
Mine started off to be a male card, but after looking at the end result, it could either be male or female. My apologies to Mary-Jo as I didn’t strictly keep to the sketch.
Base Card – Riding Hood Red – 5 7/8″ x 4 1/4″ or 15cm x 10.5cm
Layer 1 – Basic Black – 5 3/4″ x 4″ or 14.5cm x 10cm
Layer 2 – Very Vanilla – 5 5/8″ x 3 7/8″ or 14cm x 9.5cm
Layer 3 – DSP – 1 1/2″ x 3 7/8″ or 4cm x 9.5cm
I stamped 3 identical images onto Very Vanilla Cardstock using Basic Black Ink. I punched 3 circles in Riding Hood Red & layered them over the top of the stamped images. I adhered the DSP to the bottom of the Very Vanilla & run the whole lot through the Bigshot using Square Lattice Embossing Folder. This was adhered to Basic Black Cardstock & then to the Base Card – Riding Hood Red.
I stamped 3 smaller identical images onto Very Vanilla Cardstock again in Basic Black, punched them out & adhered on top of the Riding Hood Red circles.
The greeting was inked using Basic Black Ink onto Very Vanilla Cardstock & punched with the Large Oval Punch. I punched another large oval in Basic Black Cardstock, cut in half & adhered to the back of the Very Vanilla with just a small edge showing top & bottom. This was adhered over the top of the DSP using SU Dimensionals.
Stamp Set – Circle Circus, Well Scripted
Ink – Basic Black
Cardstock – Very Vanilla, Riding Hood Red, Basic Black
DSP – Love Letter
Punches – 3/4″ Circle, 1″ Circle, Extra Large Oval
Embossing Folder – Square Lattice
Accessories – Snail Adhesive, Bigshot, SU Dimensionals