So here's the card I put together for the Clean & Simple #207 sketch - the colors look much brighter in this picture than they do in person! I was aiming for a very delicate and faded look, but apparently Nikon prefers to go for the gusto!
I seem to be on a trend of turning these sketches sideways, which is strange to me, because I used to haunt a couple sketch blogs before I tried them myself, and I really used to be amazed at the people who could turn the sketches every which way! I always thought it would be something I couldn't do, but it seems to happen naturally, after all! I was really happy to use these stamp sets - and use the exact stamps that were the reasons I got these sets! I love the dogwood sprig, wish I had occasion to use it more, and that sentiment just makes my heart happy! Blessings to everyone!
Soft Summer (retired) & Plant Hope (retired) stamp sets; Whisper White, Certainly Celery, Pink Pirouette & So Saffron CS; matching inks with a touch of Close to Cocoa (retired) for the branches.
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