Today is the sketch challenge and I love triptych cards, so couldn't pass it up. I made a simplified version (still in CAS mode). This is a birthday card that I'm going to give to my dear friend, Liz. It's her birthday on Dec. 17th and I'm taking her out for lunch next Monday to celebrate early. I have know Liz since 1979 - wow, how the years have flown by!
Here's the sketch for today - SC362 from SCS:
And here's my version ... made with all SU! products ... and one of my all-time favorite DPs from SU! - Cottage Wall. Hope you like.
"Happy Birthday Liz"
Stamps: Happiest Birthday Wishes (SU!)
Paper: Rich Razzleberry, Cottage Wall (retired) (SU!)
Ink: Rich Razzleberry
Accessories & Tools: 1/4" Rich Razzleberry grosgrain ribbon, adhesives, sticky strips, glue dot, and dimensionals
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I cut the three panels and adhered them to a card front of Rich Razzleberry. I mounted the ribbon at the bottom of the panels, covering the edge slightly and secured it at the back of the card front. I mounted the front panel onto a card base of Rich Razzleberry ... I did this so that the ribbon would be sandwiched in-between the layers of cardstock and the ends wouldn't show.
I stamped the sentiment in Rich Razzleberry ink onto Whisper White cardstock and mounted it on a frame of Rich Razzleberry cardstock. I cut out a flower from the DP and attached it to the bottom of the sentiment using a glue dot.
I mounted the framed sentiment onto the front of the card, popping it up with dimensionals to add depth.