Hello crafty friends. We’ve got a new letter over at The Alphabet Challenge today – Meg has chosen ‘q for quadruple’, i.e. four of something, for this theme.
I’ve gone for my favourite clean and simple style for this card, using up some scrap pieces of card (always a result!), thanks to a bit of inspiration from my crafting friend Joanne James. I started with four off cuts of toning card that I trimmed down to form a square.
I stuck them together with some low tack tape and then used my stamping platform to stamp across them with the large flower from Stampin’ Up!’s ‘delicate dahlias’ set in black Archival ink. I then attached the card pieces onto the front of an A6 card blank.
I finished by adding the sentiment, together with four black Glossies. So that’s two quadruples on the card!
Thanks for dropping in. Why don’t you come and join us at The Alphabet Challenge – there’s so much scope with this theme, you just need to have four of something on your card. We’d love to see what you create!
3 thoughts on “q for quadruple”
Stamping across the sections of coordinating cardstock was a brilliant idea, the colours you chose are beautiful
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Very pretty CAS card, Deborah! I need to try your technique of stamping onto paneling. Very cool idea! Have a great weekend.