So much to choose from! I narrowed my choices to the geometric patterns on the walls and the vased and the color of the flowers to come up with my card. And I filmed my card as I was making it - check out the video below.
I stamped three background stamps onto scraps of white cardstock using Versafine Onyx Black ink and then die-cut them with the pierced square frame die. After stamping the flower onto X-Press It cardstock, I colored it with Copics and added some light pencil touches at the end. The sentiment was white-embossed onto black cardstock and die-cut with a slanted sentiment strips die.
Then I spent forever trying to decide whether to have the frames straight, or at an angle. I had to cut that out of the video because this card took me 58 minutes from start to finish! If you want to see the process, you can head over to YouTube or watch below.
I'd like to thank the JUGS team for inviting me to join them this month. Please head on over and check out the fabulous cards made by the DT and have a go yourself! I can't wait to see the gallery!
I'm linking this card to Simon Says Stamp's Wednesday Challenge, as well as Tic Tac Toe (Floral, Free, Thanks) and 4 Crafty Chicks CAS challenge.
Stamps: From All of Us (Clearly Besotted), Geometric Greenery, Houndstooth, Marbled (MFT), Tribal Stripes (Hero Arts)
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black, Versamark, Black Licorice Hybrid (MFT)
Cardstock: White, Black, X-Press It
Dies: From All of Us (CB), Pierced Square Frames, Slanted Sentiment Strips (MFT)
Accessories: Copics, Prismacolors
Edited to Add: This card got a shout out at 4 Crafty Chicks and Tic Tac Toe