Tuesday, 5 April 2022

Simple yet beautiful card making

 Sometimes thr simplest cards are the most beautiful and they certainly don't need loads of supplies, as I have demonstrated with this months inspiration for http://paperfundaychallenges.blogspot.com/?m=1

For this months inspiration I have used an image called Panda on a branch by Lee Holland https://www.etsy.com/listing/1151540084/panda-on-a-branch-card-making-colouring which I have then coloured using my Black Widow pencil colours. 

I recently did a review on Black widow pencils and if you would like to check it out you can find it here https://youtu.be/9dG7PrCmbo0

I mounted the image on scrap cardstock and fussy cut it.

I made a card base out of Papermilldirect green cardstock that measures 4 × 6"

I cut a piece of Marvellous Marble cardstock from Love to Craft and adhered it straight onto the base.

I cut a second piece of green Papermilldirect cardstock to 4 × 6" and die cut Everglades Collage from Memory Box into the centre. I then took a page from Pretty Pegs paper stack cut it to the same size and again die cut the centre.

I then adhered the two together. Next I glued my panda image onto the aperture before securing all of this to the base.

I embellished using handmade flowers and some Rhubarb Crumble Nuvo drops.