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Good Morning! It’s always a good week when I find time to play with the lovely people in the Craft Roulette group. As always Mary Gunn always puts in a good show. This week was no exception with the guest star Daniel West @delandartie. The Craft Roulette Challenge takes place on YouTube most Friday nights at 6:30pm. Submissions must be submitted by midnight that Sunday.

This week’s parameters were the following:

  • Project-Postcard
  • Colors-Muted + a pop of bright
  • Element-Globe
  • Random-Horizontal Lines

Card supplies

  • SCT Floral Globe stamp and dies
  • Kat Scrappiness Postcard Die
  • Prismacolor Colored Pencils
  • Stickles-Unicorn
  • Versafine Nocturne Clair ink
  • Kat Scrappiness Frosted Grape Pearls
  • Distress Oxide Pumice Stone
  • Neenah Classic Crest Solar White

Card details

  • Using the Kat Scrappiness Postcard die, cut a panel from white card stock.
  • Stamp your globe stamp onto the postcard. Stamp two hearts in the upper right corner. Mask these stamped images off.
  • Choose a stencil and a light grey ink, I used Distress Oxide Pumice Stone. Lightly ink blend over the stencil.
  • Color the globe and hearts with muted Prismacolors.
  • Stamp and die-cut a few of the flowers and a leaf. These will be popped up with foam tape for dimension. These flowers were colored with alcohol markers for a pop of color.
  • Die-cut a heart in a brighter color.
  • Use the Kat Scrappiness Telescopic Powder tool over a piece of brighter purple card stock. Stamp the sentiment with white pigment ink and heat emboss with white embossing powder.
  • Add foam tape to the back of sentiment and the flowers and adhere on top of the globe. Glue the leaf directly to the globe.
  • Add the pearls for some bling.

That’s it the postcard is finished! Do you think it meets the parameters? I would love to see you at the next Craft Roulette! I would love for you to subscribe to my blog and follow me on Instagram @expressivepaper.

As always, thanks for stopping by! I appreciate each of you!


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