Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Children Playing

 This card was inspired by four challenges from Split Coast Stampers: Sketch Challenge #804, Color Challenge #814, Alphabet Challenge for Letter C, and a Free for All Challenge #557. Split Coast Stampers is a community that inspires, challenges, and supports paper crafters. There is a link in the right sidebar if you want to take a look. Anyway, this is my card. 

   Silhouette Scenes

   Shaded Spruce A-2, 5/15 x 3-3/4
   Whisper White 5 x 3-3/4, 5-1/4 x 4
   Bumblebee 5/16 x 3-3/4
   Pretty Peacock 5/16 x 3-3/4
   Flowers for Every Season DSP 1-1/2" Circle, 1-3/4" Circle, 1" Circle

   Pretty Peacock


   1" Circle Punch
   1-1/2" Circle Punch
   1-3/4" Circle Punch

This is the Sketch Challenge #804:

The color challenge #814 called for Bumblebee, Pretty Peacock, and Shaded Spruce. Whisper White is a neutral color and is allowed as well.

The Alphabet Challenge centered on Children as a theme for Letter C.

Lastly, the Free for All Challenge #557, called for a card inspired by a song of our choice. I chose a Cat Stevens song: Where Do the Children Play? 

The circles were attached using dimensionals. Everything else was adhered with adhesive.

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  1. Great use of the sketch and amazing kid images Sally. Love the wonderful colors you used too.