Hello, again, my crafty friends! I love participating in card challenges, and I love Waffle Flower products, so I was thrilled when Galina asked me to join her as a guest designer for the Waffle Flower Weekly challenge.
I knew right away what color I would choose for this theme – Turquoise! I really love this color, and I use it a lot in my card-making! I brainstormed a bit and tried to think of different ways to incorporate this color into a card. I decided to make a clean and simple card with one of my most favorite stamp sets from Waffle Flower – Be Her.
I started by stamping the unicorn and wand from the stamp set onto white card stock. I used Copic markers (BG10, BG11, BG13, BG18) to color parts of the unicorn and the wand. To create the window panel, I positioned the largest rectangle from the A2 Layers die over a piece of white card stock. Then, I positioned a circle from the Nesting Circle die within the rectangle. I taped both pieces onto the card stock with a low-tack tape and ran everything through my die-cutting machine. I adhered this window piece to a turquoise polka dot panel from the Half-Half Dots Unicorn Paper Pad with some foam tape. Finally, I finished the card front by adding the images into the window and a sentiment from the Tender Blooms stamp set underneath.
I hope I inspired you to join us on this weekly challenge! All you have to do is create a project using at least one Waffle Flower product and enter it in the challenge by April 29, 2021, 11:59 pm Arizona time.
You can enter on Instagram by using #WFC2104W. You can also enter via Link Party on the Waffle Flower Blog or Waffle Flowers Garden Facebook group. We will vote for one winner from all entries to receive a $25 gift certificate to the Waffle Flower store. Also, one lucky winner will be drawn from all entries on EACH platform to receive a $15 gift certificate to the Waffle Flower store. You can submit multiple projects or enter the same project on all three platforms. Please click here to get all the details!
Good Luck! I can’t wait to see your creations! – Mona