I also used the sketch from CPS this week and for the Moxie Fab challenge to incorporate sewing images. The latest rage in paper crafting seems to be doilies and lace. Gina shared a project using doilies a few weeks ago and she sells them in her online store. I found some fun lace trim at a local craft store and had to incorporate that into my card as well.
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Here are the deets about how I constructed this:
I first cut a circle using a Spellbinders die from white card stock.
I stamped the circle frame with Vivid Chocolate Ink.
After allowing the chocolate ink to dry, I stamped the lace doily from Nana's Needlework with VersaMark ink. And then embossed it with clear embossing powder.
I sponged orange onto the outer part. I sponged read along the edge. And I sponged brown in the center.
I colored the lace trim with a red Copic marker and adhered it around the perimeter of the circle.
I sprayed the paper doily with some green glitter mist.
After everything was dry, I layered them together using foam tape to give it dimension.
I added some pearls and a button.
I stamped the sentiment from Nana's Needlework Sentiments onto some white and sponged with the same orange and red. I layered it onto a tag die and added a few brown peals.