Monday, May 15, 2017

Transparencies/Rub-On's - AHSC #212

My card this week as Design Team Member for Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge #212. Join this challenge...you have until Sunday, May 21st to enter your project.

The design team reveal for this sketch will be on Wednesday, so be sure to stop by to see the beautiful cards from the rest of the design team and other entrant inspirations for this challenge...and stop by every Monday for new sketches. Don't wait for the DT post to create your project...show us up with your artwork. 

While sorting through some of my CTMH complements I came across a very old Stampin' Up assortment of transparencies/rub-on's and the images were perfect for this sketch.  So, it created a very pretty card (any occasion) and used up some of my old stash.  

The flowers are also rub-ons which I cut and adhered with 3D Foam Tape for dimension. This card was fast and fun to work with different images to bring the sketch together.  



On the inside...more rub-on's at the bottom corner.  



Also submitted to the following Challenges
Crafting By Designs - May "Anything Goes Challenge" 


Products Used
Embellishment 
     Stampin' Up Rub-Ons (In My Stash) 
Cardstock
     CTMH Goldrush and White Daisy 
Other
     3D Thin Foam Tape 

4 comments:

  1. Sue - Please contact me at Pennyslight@gmail.com, I have a prize from another blog for you.

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  2. This is so pretty - I love the black design in the background. Remember last June in Buffalo and you couldn't remember what the name for these "things" were called... and it was "rub ons" that you were after?? They look terrific on this card!

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  3. Really pretty card, Sue! I love your use of flourishes instead of solid lines--it works so well!
    :) Marie

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  4. Haven't seen a rub on in years but I know they are still made. I really like what you have done with them here - classy card!

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