The first thing that struck me about this image was the whitespace. I chose to imitate that white space in using white card stock for my base color.
I then pulled out my red, yellow and gray ink, as well as a piece of gold paper. I liked the hearts in the skirt so I went through my stamp sets and pulled a couple out that had hearts that I liked. I knew I wasn't going to stamp a ton of them so I didn't want the images to be overpowering.
I added gray arrows to break up the design and some sequins to mimic the bling on the skirt. I punched a strip of gold card stock with a scallop punch and adhered it to the card. I will let you in on a little secret too-I only had a tiny bit of that gold colored paper left and this determined the size of my scallop!! Thank goodness for keeping scraps that most people would throw out!!
When I put the card together, I used mounting adhesive to pop the stamped strip up from the card. I am so excited by the way it came out and think I will make a few more to give away in a set.
Before I end this post, I had to include the photos of my dog as I was attempting to take the pictures of my card. He wanted to play so he kept trying to get my attention!!
"Mom, when are you going to be done?"
I really had no business taking photos in this room anyway but the lighting was better then what was in my craft room at the time. Should have stuck to the craft room!!
That is all for now. Thank you for taking a look!!