Popping in today with a quick card using Reverse Confetti products that I'll be entering in the current CAS(E) This Sketch Challenge.
One of the reason I love simple sketches like this is that they force me to keep my card simple. So often when I'm making a card I want to keep adding more and more to it, because something doesn't seem "quite right". Yet so often I see really pretty clean and simple cards online and I'm always envious of the designers ability to STOP, with very few, but perfectly placed elements on the card! The card I made today was super easy to make, just a few elements on it, and I love how it looks!
To make this card I first did a bit of ink blending on a white card base using distress inks (Tumbled Glass and Broken China). Next I used the Scalloped Tag Layer Confetti Cuts from Reverse Confetti to cut a tag and used that as a "stencil", and sponged on some Peacock Feathers distress ink. I added a few water drops and some black paint splatters to the card and then stamped the sentiment from Seaside. I stamped the octopus from Seaside using Wplus9 Little Piggy ink and cut it out with the coordinating Seaside Confetti Cuts. I popped up the octopus on some foam dimensional tape, and finished the card with a few clear dew drops and some Glossy Accents. Quick and easy card, but oh so cute :)