It's a rainy day here, and what better way to spend it than make a card! Of course I had to play along with Case Study again this week, with Joni being the muse! I also wanted to try a technique that I learned over at PS Virtual Smooches a while ago. Have you seen the videos Savannah and Emily do for this site - nothing short of AH-MAZING I tell you! The technique I used today is to use a stamp to create a frame. It took me a few tries to get a non-wonky oval, but in the end it turned out pretty evenly (just don't look under the banner - it may or may not be covering up some severe wonkiness there - ha ha!). I'm going to enter this into the PS Sparks Challenge for this week as well - it's an Anything Goes!
Here's the card:
With wedding season approaching, I thought I would make a wedding card to add to my stash. I went with love bees! Just fussy cut them out and coloured their wings in blue. Added glossy accents to kick it up a notch! That heart in the middle of the two bees is just some white enamel that I shaped into a heart. To create the oval, I just traced an oval with pencil and then tried to somewhat evenly space the flowers around it. Background is distress inks. Added the "forever" die cut and that's it!
Here's the inspiration card from Joni:
Hope you're having a good weekend and sneaking in a little crafty time! Thank you SO much for stopping by!