Perusing Karen's gorgeous gallery led me to this beauty: https://www.splitcoaststampers.com/g...&ppuser=281735 That pushed me to try making a card like it. I have wanted to in the past but, quite frankly, been too lazy! Because I wanted to mask the flowers for stamping. Today was the day. I also scaled the card down to an A2 size from Karen's lovely 5x7. I stamped the various flowers and added the greenery. It was a trick to find stamps for the centers. I used the dot from What I Love for the larger flowers and then found a small stamp in the Blooms Fill In stamp set that I could use for the smaller flowers. For the small yellow flowers, I stamped off once before stamping on the card to soften the black.
I heat embossed the sentiment and then added Nuvo drops to the centers of the flowers but my Nuvo drops did something funky so one yellow flower looks a bit strange because of that.
All of this was mounted to my hoarded textured Lovely Lilac cs.
Thank you for the push to try it Karen! And thanks for looking!
Date: Sunday, January 21, 2018 GMT Views: 811
Registered: December 4, 2010 Location: Minnesota Posts: 14410
Sun, Jan 21, 2018 @ 8:14 PM
What a gorgeous card this is Catherine! I am just delighted to see this beauty in the gallery! Fun! I am really in love with the colors you used for your flowers and the added flowers centers really steps this card up a few notches. I am super impressed and thrilled you made another card! This means a lot to me that you played along today- thank you! Hugs! ~Karen.
Registered: October 21, 2010 Location: in the okanagan in b.c. canada Posts: 12970
Mon, Jan 22, 2018 @ 4:49 PM
SO.SO.SO pretty and FULL of SPRING...LOVE the colors and the layers of flowers,with the pretty spot for the sentiment....in my FAVES...fun use of flowers....TFS...:0)
------------------------------ We as people are raindrops of colorful ink , falling down Crisp and Clear, each a different shade more vibrant then the last, but once we realize at the bottom of an endless abyss we all fall into the same inkpot forming one color, only then can we come together as one My son.