I have been having a lot of fun playing with the Close to my Heart Zoe paper. Love the colors and the patterns! They are easy to work with and very versatile. Because of that I have been making layouts with it non-stop. Thus far I have made 5-single page layouts and I'll be sharing them here on my blog and pinterest. Stay tuned!
Today I am sharing a card that didn't make use of the Zoe paper. Instead, I was inspired by the color scheme of it. It's a birthday card for my dad:
I've used Pear cardstock as the background, then used the stamp from the Zoe Workshop on the Go to fill the background. Tone on tone is one of my favorite stamping techniques! It adds interest but doesn't make it too busy.
The sentiment was one that I designed on Cricut Design Space using the Cricut Artfully Sent fonts. I first created an open circle, then lined up each letter to the circumference of it. It was quite a bit of work but I totally love it! Further, the designed shape can be scaled up or down and used for many many cards! I cut it first in Slate cardstock then three more times in White Daisy cardstock. The cut outs are stacked to create some three dimensional effect.
"Dad" was created similarly, except it is a lot easier. The font used was from Cricut Artbooking. I like to weld the letters - it's much simpler to stick one word then one letter at a time. This time I have two "Dads" stacked up. I like that it is not on the same level as Happy Birthday.
Another source of inspiration was from Freshly Made Sketches. I've used its sketch as a starting point:
I'm also linking up my card to:
Cards Und More - Clean and Simple
Ruby's Rainbow - It's a Man's World
Retarte - Anything Goes
Thanks for stopping by!