Happy Sunday! I hope you're ready for another sketch!
Card Base: 4.25 x 5.5
Patterned Paper Layer: 3.75 x 5
Layer: 3-7/8 x 5-1/8
Scallops: 4.25 x 1.25
I had lots of fun making this card! I actually coloured the little mug character a few weeks back, and it was just sitting on my desk waiting for the perfect card. I took a look at this sketch and thought, why not use the mug as the flower element. In case you didn't know, there's a pair of little ovals in this stamp set. I had no idea what they were, since they didn't seem like the usual Lawn Fawn cutesy eyes. They are meant to be rosy cheeks (as I have used here). Just thought I'd share that in case you had no idea like me!
Just a reminder- when it comes to the sketches- they are just a starting point. Never feel obligated to use ALL the elements. Just because I use a flower on the sketch doesn't mean you have to use a flower on your card. It's just meant to designate an image- the choice is yours as to what kind!
Back to the card- the rest came together, once I was settled on using the sketch. The patterned paper comes from the Really Rainbow Christmas Petite Paper Pack.I paired that with some Pure Poppy, Basic Black, and New Leaf cardstock. I decided to add a bit of black and white baker's twine, since I wanted to bring in another black element to tie in with the sentiment, the frame layer, and the ink of the image itself.
Supplies (affiliate links used when possible):
Stamps: Thanks a Latte
Ink: Tuxedo Black, Versafine Black Onyx
Dies: Medium Scallop Edge die