Friday, May 22, 2020

Grandmother You Are Loved


I recently posed a question in a Facebook cardmaking group, asking the members to give me ideas for a challenge theme. I told them I would take one of the ideas and make a card using it.

Sadly I only received a couple of ideas that day and one of them just wouldn't work for me because it was to use the leftover items found on my desk in making a card. Yep, I'm one of those kinds of people - you know the type. I put everything away after every single card... so alas, I had to bypass that suggestion.

That left me with the other suggested theme - make a card using a color you never use with a stamp you've never used, for an occasion you never - or rarely - make cards for. Thanks for challenging me, Danielle!

Challenge on!

I'll admit I struggled with the color idea because I think I tend to use a variety of colors... I finally went with lavender because I seldom use that color.

The stamp I've never used was easy - I have a lot of those to choose from. I chose the Tulips stamp set from Waffle Flower. I've not owned it very long and was eager to ink it up.

I tend to be a just because kind of stamper - no occasions and not even sentiments much of the time. For the occasion, I went with Grandparents Day, though it doesn't specifically say that. I'm pretty much certain I've never made a Grandparents/Grandmother card before because my grandparents have all been gone longer than I've been cardmaking.



I doubt Danielle will see this blog post, but I'll be sharing this card on FB and she'll see it there. I hope she'll like it.

Thanks for stopping by my blog today!

Stamp/Die Set: Waffle Flower Tulips stamped with Memento Tuxedo  Black Ink and colored with Copic Markers

Papers: Accent Opaque 120# White and SU Perfect Plum CS

Dies: MFT Blueprint 15 and MFT Single Stitch Line Rectangle Frame

Embellishments: Michael's Rhinestones

4 comments:

  1. Very pretty card and a wonderful idea. I am sure there are plenty of grandchildren out there looking for a card to send to their grandmother. Beautifully colored!

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  2. Love this Jeanette - that white frame adds just so much to your card. A great challenge and well met by you!
    Stay safe
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  3. Well, you certainly ended up with a gorgeous card for the challenge!! What a beauty, Jeanette!

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  4. This card is absolutely stunning.

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