Saturday, February 3, 2018

Tan Stripe Windows with Flower and Leaves

A trio of windows with a flower, leaves, and a sentiment.  The colors and shapes went together beautifully for me. 

My layout is based on the second sketch in the January 2018 release inspiration cards posted on the Papertrey Ink blog.  Thank you, Lizzie, for the inspiration!

Card details:
  • Card stock is Neenah solar white and Papertrey Ink (PTI) canyon clay (orangey brown).
  • Patterned paper is the stripe print from PTI fine linen (tan) pattern pack (tone-on-tone prints - retired).
  • Die is PTI take three
  • The flower is from PTI floral fusion (no longer available) and the leaves are from PTI turning a new leaf, stamped with PTI canyon clay, prairie grass (medium green), and olive twist (dark green) ink cubes.
  • The sentiment "thank you so much" is from PTI thank you kindly, stamped with PTI prairie grass ink cube, with touches of canyon clay and olive twist.  
  • The sentiment "for all you do" is from PTI counting my blessings, stamped with PTI canyon clay ink cube.  This sentiment's font has thin lines, so after stamping it with my MISTI, I shifted my card stock very slightly to the right and restamped, giving the letters a wider line that stands out more on the patterned paper.
Created for Operation: Quiet Comfort.

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