Stampin' Up! Framelits & Textured Impressions
Chronologically gifted anniversary-wise, that is! It's Sunday, and that means it's time for another Paper Players Challenge. This week it's a sketch challenge, and I couldn't help but create a tribute to my time at Convention. About a week ago I walked on the Main Stage in front of 4000+ demonstrators to celebrate my 5 year anniversary with other Stampin' Pretty Pals of Mary Fish's downline. I was in amazing company. From left Linda Callahan, Nance Leedy, Ginger Toivonan, Ann Schach, and yours truly. I am so proud to be a part of this amazing group of artists. You'll all be standing on my stamping space inspiring me!
Putting It Together Tips:
- No stamping on my card for today. This is strictly computer created text!
- The first thing you'll notice is I didn't use the orientation of the sketch. I changed it from landscape to portrait.
- I figured you all know how to pick out colors! And besides, this is all about matching the colors to the pic. So Pacific Point matched Linda's jacker and Hello Honey and Calypso Coral were in the background. I selected Pacific Point for the center banner because it was the strongest color. If you ever have a hard time deciding which color is dominant - just squint! You'll know! The banner ends were created using a 1“ square punch on an angle.
- The small horitontal banner was created using Stampin' Up!'s Foil Sheets in Gold (132622) using the small banner from the Label Card Framelits Die. The text was snipped from a piece of Whisper White and SNAILed in place. You know how carpenters say ”Nail it“? Well, I SNAIL it!
- The focus element was cut out using the third smallest oval Framelit and matted using the third smallest Labels Framelit. Simple!