I have been toying with idea of doing a few more challenges a week. I have said it before and I will say it again, it helps me focus. I tend to get a bit overwhelmed with all the amazing options Stampin’ Up! has to offer. Having a theme to follow really helps me get the cards done. So his week I am playing along with The Paper Players!
This week’s theme at The Paper Players is fun, Clean and Simple Fruit & Berries Challenge: PP546. The guidelines for this challenge state: lots of white space, minimal embellishment, and minimal layers. With the specification you can focus on both or just one of the Fruits and Berries.
These guidelines were a fun challenge for me. I tired really hard not to add the Pale Papaya layer behind the stamped image but I could not help myself! I like the white on white look but I LOVE colors. And I love how this card came out! I have a few ideas on adding You’re A Peach DSP that I am going to work on later today.
I used my Stamparatus and Sponge Daubers to create the color layered stamping with Pale Papaya and Calypso Coral Ink. For my leaves I used Pear Pizazz and Old Olive! Then used my Black Stampin Write Marker fine pint to added black dots around the peaches and sentiment.
If you don’t already have a demonstrator I would love to hear from you! Leave a comment below.
Update 6/27/2021 Excited to share that my card was picked for A Cut Above for this challenge! Thanks Amanda Mertz for picking my card!
Below you will find my products used list and card cut list.
Card Cut List
Thick Basic White Card Base â€“ 4 1/4â€³ x 11 1/2 â€ scored at 5 1/2â€³
Pale Papaya first layer – 4 1/8″ x 5 5/8″.
Basic White for Stamped Images 4″ x 5 1/4″.Product List
6 thoughts on “Simple Sweet Peach”
Su… absolutely love the simplicity of your card. So clean and refreshing…just beautiful.
Thank you for the kind words! Thanks for stopping by.
Sweet card! Love the peaches. Thanks for playing along with us at The Paper Players, so happy you joined us!
Thanks you! I really enjoyed this challenge.
Love those fresh-looking peaches – a beautifully CAS card. Thanks for playing along with my CAS Fruit & Berries challenge over at The Paper Players this week!
Thank you! ðŸ¤©