Paper Craft Crew Challenge 291- Essentials by Ellen – Mondo Sakura

Paper Craft Crew Challenge 291- Essentials by Ellen – Mondo Sakura

Welcome back to the Paper Craft Crew Challenge!  This week we have a sketch challenge.

PCC291

I’ve got a little secret…I got the latest release from Ellen Hutson because I’m doing a guest spot on their blog in a few days. I really, really love this set so I wanted to make a card for this sketch…lookie:

Essentials by Ellen Mondo Sakura by JanTink

GOJUS! I used my Sakura Koi water colers to paint in this image.

Essentials by Ellen Mondo Sakura by JanTink

I put clear glaze on the stamens using a Sakura clear glaze pen.

Essentials by Ellen Mondo Sakura by JanTink

I added some great HAI washi tape for the horizontal element. I used some Metallic Enamel Shapes from Stampin’ Up! for the little dots.

Essentials by Ellen Mondo Sakura by JanTink

I created the background with Bokeh Dots from Essentials by Ellen with some Altenew inks. I love the way they react with each other when layered!

Essentials by Ellen Mondo Sakura by JanTink

My last touch was the wooden sakura flowers from Kaisercraft’s Oriental Lucky Dip assortment. I love how this turned out!

You can play along with our challenge by clicking on this link.

Below is my list of products that I used, and I have used compensated affiliate links where they were available, as I now participate in affiliate programs for Simon Says Stamp, Amazon, Ellen Hutson LLC, Scrapbook.com, Gina K, Sizzix, and Blick Art Supplies. Stampin’ Up! links go to my BFF Wendy Weixler’s store, who does not pay me except in eternal friendship, but you can change to your favorite demonstrator if you prefer. Buying through these links costs you nothing extra and helps support my blog and my artistic endeavors, and I thank you.


Enjoy! Ta!

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1 thought on “Paper Craft Crew Challenge 291- Essentials by Ellen – Mondo Sakura”

  • So super beautiful, love the colours you’ve used and such detail. Great wooden embellishments, I’m loving using these currently x

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