Isn't it interesting how we can interpret sketches differently. When I saw this sketch, I didn't even register that the top panel wasn't a panel but actually the bottom layer or card base. I totally thought there was a rectangular panel, then the curved panel! The rest of the design team got it, but not me. Anyway, I still stuck to my version of the sketch to come up with this card.
I white-embossed the Diagonal Design background onto a panel of Bristol Smooth cardstock and blended Spiced Marmalade and Ripe Persimmon ink onto it before cutting it out with a curved scallop die. I then attached a stitched die-cut panel of vellum using some new-to-me vellum tape, which is amazing by the way. There are three strips of tape right across the vellum and I bet you can't see where the tape is! In keeping with the colors at the current MFT color challenge, I added a thin strip of Gravel Gray cardstock at the bottom of the vellum. A couple of flags die-cut from Berrylicious and Persimmon cardstock and some Nuvo Crystal Drops and my card was finished.
Thanks so much for visiting! Check out how the rest of the design team have interpreted the sketch and have a go yourself - we'd love to see your card in the gallery!
Stamps: Soda Pop, Diagonal Design Background (MFT)
Ink: Versamark, Stazon Black, Spiced Marmalade, Ripe Persimmon
Cardstock: White, Bristol Smooth, Vellum, Gravel Gray, Berrylicious, Persimmon
Dies: Stitched Basic Edges, Stitched Scallop Basic Edges, Blueprints 29
Accessories: White EP, Nuvo Crystal Drops