Today its AnnaBelle Stamps challenge time and this week its:
There are so many ways that squares can be incorporated, but I kept mine quite simple.
I turned to one of my favourite AnnaBelle Stamps sets - Ballerina Rose, stamping the large flower image in Pumpkin Pie and Riding Hood Red ink, then cutting out 2 squares of each colour which were then matted on Pumpkin Pie cardstock. I mounted the squares with dimensionals onto my main layer which uses some retired Stampin' Up paper. I stamped the sentiment in Riding Hood Red ink and then straight stitched around the edge of my paper once the corners had been rounded. To finish off, I tied some orange ribbon around the bottom and adhered a handmade paper flower to the bow with a white pearl in the centre.
The inside is actually my favourite part of this card and I have used this idea for a future AnnaBelle challenge as I loved it so much!! I stamped the main flower image in Real Red, Pumpkin Pie and So Saffron to create a graduated colour effect and then overlapped the sentiment in Riding Hood Red ink using a stamp from Jasmine's Cupcake.
To enter this week's challenge, pop on over to the AnnaBelle Stamps blog and link your creation. While you are there, check out my fellow designers' cards with their gorgeous creations.
Stamps: Ballerina Rose, Jasmine's Cupcake (AnnaBelle Stamps)
Cardstock: Stampers Select White (PTI); Pumpkin Pie, Washington Apple DP - retired (SU)
Ink: Pumpkin Pie, So Saffron, Riding Hood Red (SU)
Accessories: orange ribbon; white pearl; corner rounder; thread; dimensionals (SU)