Happy weekend, friends! We have a busy day planned, so I'll get right to my card and this week's sketch at Card Patterns:
There are lots of ways you could interpret this sketch, as you can see from the DT samples. My first thought was of quilt blocks, so I made a sweet little baby girl card with "quilted" patterned blocks.
Each square of Vintage Cream cardstock is stamped with a pattern in Pretty in Pink and stitched to the card base. The bottom half of the card base is debossed with polka dots, and I added a Victorian Lace die cut border. Love that tone-on-tone look.
I wrapped cream floss around the card and attached a pink button and tiny tag stamped with the word "Baby". Finally, I added two large drops of Glossy Accents directly to the card base in the top right corner to complement the glossy pink button.
Cardstock: Stampin' Up! (Pretty in Pink), Papertrey Ink (Vintage Cream)
Stamps: Papertrey Ink (A Little Argyle, Dot Spot, Background Basics: Retro, Background Basics: Houndstooth, Tiny Tags)
Ink: Stampin' Up! (Pretty in Pink, Chocolate Chip)
Tools: Papertrey Ink (Victorian Lace border die, Tiny Tags die, Polka Dot impression plate), corner rounder
Accessories: Ranger (Glossy Accents), DMC floss, button, thread
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Thanks for your visit today! Have a great weekend.