One-Layer Wednesday Update...Last Wednesday's challenge is on Karen's blog. I'm so sorry it slipped my mind. It's been a bit crazy around here.
I'm typing this post on my new laptop my hubby bought me today. I love the screen on this thing, but Windows 8 has me lost and confused. I'll figure it out, but really, Microsoft, did you have to change everything? Seriously? You're just messin' with me, right?
Anyway, my Mojo Muse has returned and is pretending like nothing happened (slut), so I had some quality ink time this weekend with my new goodies.
I even pulled out a sponge and channeled my inner Heather T!
To make this card, I used the pink Marvy square punch a window into the white panel and trimmed the panel to 5 1/8" x 3 7/8". Then, I punched another square the same size from a scrap of white card stock and centered that square inside the opening of the next-size-up punch (the purple Marvy), punched, and made a frame to fit the window.
After lightly marking the edges of the window on the card base, I masked the square (slightly larger than the window) and stamped the flowers from Technique Tuesday One of a Kind in Paris Dusk Memento ink. Then, using a sponge, I shaded the background with Blue Sky ink. I can't sponge as well as Heather, but it turned out okay!
The sentiment is from Papertrey Mixed Messages, and is stamped in black.
The window panel is, of course, popped up using dimensionals, and the frame of the window is glued in place.
Hope you all had a great weekend!
stamps: Technique Tuesday, Papertrey
paper: Papertrey white
accessories: sponge, square punches, dimensionals