Saturday, October 23, 2021



Hi Everyone and Happy Saturday!!!
That means it's time for another fun Three Room Studio Saturday Challenge. This week the theme is Purple. Not my go to color of choice which is one of the reasons I loved this challenge. I love to go outside my comfort zone with challenges and embrace things I wouldn't normally embrace. I have to say I love how my card turned out and I really love all the purple.

I used the Mom's Hibiscus stamp set and stamped the image with Versafine Nocturne ink randomly covering a piece of card stock cut to 4 1/4" x 5". It's such a small stamp that I was easily able to stamp the whole panel without doing any masking. 

I colored the flowers in using my Prismacolor pencils and the leaves and background using my Copic markers. 

The Prismacolor pencils I used were PC132, PC1007 & PC956.
The Copics I used were G24, G94 & Y11 for the leaves and N0 & N2 for the background.
After coloring the panel I cut it with the largest die in the Lawn Fawn Small Stitched Rectangle Die Set and added it to my card base with craft foam.

I stamped the sentiment from the Aww Thanks Stamp Set and cut it out with the coordinating die - having word stamps with coordinating dies is a game changer in my book. I added that to the card with craft foam then stamped and heat embossed the small sub sentiment.

For all the details on how to play along in this challenge and how to win a $15 Gift Certificate to the Three Room Studio shop please check the Three Room Studio Blog

Be sure to check out my team mates and what they made:
or @i_card_so_hard
Marilyn Scheller or @onestampingfool
Karen Boyce or @cardsstampsandink
Susan PowellCreating with Susan or @creatingwithsusan

Happy Stampin'

and thanks so much for visiting!

Stay safe everyone!!



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