I knew I didn't want to do three word bubbles but, thank goodness, it's acceptable to change the shapes as long as the general layout is recognizable. I am satisfied that I've managed to maintain the layout.
I began with three stamp sets on my work table: Traveller, World Map and Artistic Etchings (retired). First I stamped the suitcase and then made a mask and covered it so that I could stamp the Eiffel Tower. I left the mask on the suitcase so that I could stamp the background. I had decided to use a portion of the World Map in place of the spatters in the sketch and so I inked only a portion of the stamp with Baked Brown Sugar and stamped that onto the piece of Very Vanilla.
When I removed the mask, my suitcase was free of additional stamping and I proceeded to colour it with my Blendabilities. For my sentiment I chose the "adventure bound" from the Project Life Remember This stamp set. I cut that out using my Word Bubble framelit and then trimmed it a bit more so that it just surrounded the sentiment. I lightly sponged around the word bubble using Baked Brown Sugar ink.
Then I took my stamped piece of Very Vanilla and did some heavy distressing around the perimeter. After that I sponged around the perimeter and slightly into the actual surface using Baked Brown Sugar ink. Before I began assembly, I stamped the spatter from the Bite Me stamp set in the three spots where the sketch shows embellishments.
My base is Early Espresso, then comes a layer of Baked Brown Sugar, then another layer of Early Espresso and finally the stamped piece of Very Vanilla. To finish off, I attached the sentiment word bubble using Dimensionals.
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