One of the wonderful aspects of being a part of the Tsunami Rose Designs team are the sneak peeks we get from all of Daisy’s marvelous designs. Beginning on November 1st, Tsunami Rose Designs will begin selling the first ever, Life Abloom Printable Journal. This is one stunning design you will not want to miss. When you purchase a printable from the Tsunami Rose Designs Shop, you are purchasing a high quality digital image, that is printable on any type of printer. What is really superb, once you purchase the design, you can use it as many times as you desire. I promise, the Life Abloom is one design you will not want to miss. You will find the new printable journal here . To add to the fun, the first 20 people to purchase the journal will get an additional free $5.00 to spend in the Tsunami Rose Designs Shop.
There are several pages we would love for you to follow, two on Facebook, the wonderful Facebook TRD Group! and the New TRD Facebook Page, the third page is the Tsunami Rose Designs by Daisy Collins blog page. Following the blog will provide you with daily inspiration on how to use the wonderful printables from the shop.
My inspiration for you today: is the first sketch of the month, Sketch #14.
I really enjoyed working with this sketch as it was a fast and easy sketch to complete.
Here is how I created my card
I used the 8.5x11 Vintage Digital Printable Scrapbook Paper- "Rose Multiply" which can be found at this link.
I started my card by using a marbled cream colored card stock 5 1/2" x 5 1/2". I layered that with a 5" x 5" piece of the Vintage Digital Printable Scrapbook Paper- "Rose Multiply". I wish I would have inked the edges of this layer before I glued it down, but I forgot. Using my Lacy Labels Cricut Cartridge, I cut out three shapes (called berries) the pink one I cut at 3.5 and inked the edges with a pink ink. There is no name on this small ink pad. I used my Martha Stewart double edged doily punch to create a 5 inch strip between my two layers of shapes. For the sentiment, I used the same shape cut at 2" in white, inked with the same pink. The sentiment is stamped in black. I completed the design with a pretty pink bow.
If you are a follower of my blog, you will see how much I love not only Daisy's sketches, but also her printable papers. I love that once you buy them, you have them forever and you can continue you to use them for years.
Do you think I should have added some bling on the sentiment? Maybe some pink pearls?
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