Paper & Ink Sketch #4

Today is the release for Paper & Ink Sketch #4.  I just got the Pop of Pink Specialty Designer  Series Paper and matching Pop of Paradise Clear Mount Stamp Set.  SO.MUCH.FUN.

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I used Melon Mambo Card Stock as the base.  Mats were made out of Basic Black Card Stock and then the designer paper was Pop of Pink.  The sketch called for using the Layering Circle Framlit Dies and I do not have those yet.  So I improvised and used a Stampin Up! punch I had.  I used the retired scallop punch and the 1 3/8″ circle punch.  I also used the Bow Builder Punch to make the Melon Mambo bow.  I used Melon Mambo Ink and Pop of Paradise Clear Mount Stamp Set for the hello sentiment.  I used Fast Fuse Adhesive to put the card together and Mni Glue Dots for the bow.

I did not use the embellishments for the upper right corner.  I thought it looked fantastic without.  I’m really pleased with this card as it is.

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Here is a tutorial video for Ink & Paper Sketch #4.  I hope you enjoy it and it inspires you!

 

Stamping Supplies:

Pop of Paradise Clear-Mount Stamp Set

Pop of Paradise Clear Mount Stamp Set

Pop of Paradise Wood-Mount Stamp Set

Pop of Paradise Wood Mount Stamp Set

Melon Mambo Classic Stampin' Pad

Melon Mambo Classic Stamp Pad

Melon Mambo 8-1/2" x 11" Cardstock

Melon MamboCard Stock

Pop of Pink Specialty Designer Series Paper

Pop of Pink Specialty Designer Series Paper

 

Basic Black 8-1/2" x 11" Cardstock

Basic Black Card Stock

Bow Builder Punch

Bow Builder Punch

1-3/8" (3.5 cm) Circle Punch

1 3/8″ Circle Punch

Fuse Fast Adhesive

Fast Fuse Adhesive

Mini Glue Dots

Mini Glue Dots

Retired Supplies:

Scalloped Circle Punch

 

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