I already in full force for getting a jump start on Father's Day cards. I know my sisters will be hitting me up shortly to see what I have made up and I want to be prepared! The sketch called for 4 layered circles but I swapped them out for 4 layered triangles. I cut out the triangles on my own and embossed them with the arrow folder. The colors of night of navy and cajun craze worked perfect for a masculine looking father's day card don't you think? I then stamped and punched out 4 small triangles using the geometrical stamp set. I also for fun added a candy dot in matching color to each small triangle. I used the gorgeous grunge stamp set to add a background behind the large embossed triangles. For the left side of the card, I used the gold bakers twine to tie around.
Cardstock ~ very vanilla, night of navy and cajun craze
Ink ~ cajun craze, night of navy
Stamp sets ~ gorgeous grunge, geometrical, teeny tiny wishes
Misc. ~ triangle punch, gold bakers twine, regal candy dots, arrow embossing folder
I hope you have enjoyed my take on the color and sketch challenge. Don't forget to leave some "love", as I always enjoy reading your comments on what I create!