Friday 14 January 2022

Ranunculus Romance for AYSI 266

I hope everyone has had a wonderful, relaxing Christmas and New Year and is now ready to join in with us again at As You See It Challenge. The first item in our rotation of challenges is a sketch and we hope this inspires you to try out something new.

Making this Design Team card was really the first time I've had a chance to play around with the box of pre-order goodies from the January-June Mini Catalogue, which arrived a couple of days before Christmas  - great timing! 😀

The first things I tried out were the Ranunculus Romance bundle and the new Hive 3D Embossing Folder.

I'm very happy with both of these new products. The ranunculus die is fantastic! I cut the top layer from Polished Pink and sponged more colour into the centre. The base is cut from an ink-smooshed panel of Flirty Flamingo and Polished Pink. The foliage is also from the Ranunculus dies. Lovely leaves, aren't they?

The sentiment is from the Ranunculus Romance stamp set and the labels from Tasteful Labels. I've also added some of the old receipt stamp in Soft Succulent on the card base to add some interest.

We'd love to see what you do with this sketch, whether you break out new things or re-visit some old favourites.

You can check out what the rest of the team have done and link up your entry at the As You See It Challenge site.

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1 comment:

  1. This is another of those sets I passed over as the stamp set didn't particularly appeal - and I totally overlooked the amazing dies! That ranunculus is fabulous - I love the hot pinks and the detail on the leaves, and then the texture of that honeycomb on the white panel too - just lovely.