Sometime during the last few weeks, Wendy Vecchi started posting some cards . . . I know Wendy making cards!  The first one caught my eye because of all the white space.  Then she followed up with these journal pages and another card!    I was hooked and INSPIRED!  I haven’t been inspired for a very long time . . .


Using watercolor paper, I die cut/embossed my front panel with Spellbinders™ 5×7 Matting Basics A and the base of the card was 5×7 Matting Basics B.  The base is also watercolor paper, that was folded and then die cut as a whole by lining up the fold with the inner edge of the die.

I cut myself a stencil with the Classic Hearts and brushed in some Barn Red Distress Ink.    Splatters were made with watered down Peeled Paint, Wild Honey, Broken China and Seedless Preserves Distress Paint.

SCheeverWithLoveCard CloseUP

To define the heart and the edge of the card, some outlining was done with a Sakura Pigma Micron 03 Pen.

White Embossing Paste was applied with the Studio 490 3 Fresh Flowers Stencil and then colored with Peeled Paint Distress Marker and Tombow Marker #676.

The sentiment, from Studio 490 Just Work Art, was stamped in Archival Jet Black.

This card was a blast to make!  It’s light enough to mail in a regular 5×7 envelope without extra postage and something a little different from me.  I LOVE it!  Don’t be surprised if you don’t see a few more of these.


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4 Responses to “Lots of White Space!”

  1. Oh, you have such great taste! I just used that same flower stencil yesterday – LOVE it!
    And your card is beautiful, Sherry!

  2. Beautiful card, Sherry.

  3. It’s a wonderful card, Sherry!!!

  4. A W E S O M E…can you believe how simple & FUN these are?

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