Really lovely pics on the Inspiration site! I was inspired by THIS.
For my card, after stamping & coloring, I die cut the dahlias, using my out of the box technique on the left side. The matching dies will let you cut out the flower heads separately, but since I already had them arranged, I did this way so I could have them still part of the white panel. For the black dotty panel, I wanted some black & white paper but didn't have any that was just right. So..I took a piece of black & embossed it w/ folder that has 2 sizes of dots. Then I took out my Japanese screw punch & used 2 sizes of bits to drill out the embossed dots. Having the pattern already embossed, made it really easy & quick (I have a pic showing this on my blog).
Thanks so much for looking. It's on my blog w/ Copic colors & links: The Write Stuff
Date: Friday, February 19, 2021 GMT Views: 514
Registered: March 20, 2008 Location: Hamilton, Ontario Canada Posts: 590
Sat, Feb 20, 2021 @ 3:15 AM
This is such a beautiful flower, I love the dahlia flower, and its color is made even more vibrant with the white and the black and white patterned paper below which is so smart, as the patterned paper ads texture but it also makes the pinks and greens just pop. Stunning!!! Favorited.
Registered: April 1, 2012 Location: Rogers, AR Posts: 24727
Sat, Feb 20, 2021 @ 6:45 AM
A gorgeous slimline card! And those flowers are gorgeous and colored so beautifully!!
------------------------------ Jan (The Real Precious Kitty) 'Being confident of this very thing, that he which hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ'. Philippians 1:6