To create my card I sponged a piece of Whisper White CS with Crushed Curry, Night of Navy & Elegant Eggplant Inks using a Stamping Sponge. This piece was then adhered behind a piece of Whisper white CS which had been die cut using the Eclectic Layers Thinlits. It was then layered onto a piece of Crushed Curry CS & then to the Base Card – Elegant Eggplant.
The large flower was stamped onto a piece of Whisper White CS in Memento Tuxedo Black Ink before applying Elegant Eggplant Ink with a Sponge Dauber. The inner petals were highlighted with Night of Navy Ink using a Blender Pen before finishing off with Clear Wink of Stella & die cutting with the matching die from Eclectic Layers Thinlits.
The 2 flowers were once again stamped onto a piece of Whisper White CS. The first flower was lightly shaded with Crushed Curry Ink using a Sponge Dauber. Again, the lower inner petals were highlighted with Crushed Curry & a Blender Pen before being die cut with the matching die from the Oh So Eclectic Thinlits & Clear Wink of Stella applied.
I used the same technique for the 2nd flower but this time using Night of Navy & Elegant Eggplant Inks.
The leaves were die cut with the Eclectic Layers Thinlits from a piece of Whisper White before Garden Green Ink applied with a Sponge Dauber.
The flowers & leaves were arranged onto the Card Front before being adhered with Stampin’ Dimensionals. The sentiment is from the Bunch of Blossoms Stamp Set& has been stamped direct onto the Card Front in Memento Tuxedo Black.
To complete the card I scattered Regals Candy Dots (retired) around the Card Front. You could easily replace the Dots with current products & colouring with the Stampin’ Blends.
I’m happy to say Jenni loved her card & hopefully you do too.
I’m sharing with you a card I created for a game we had on our Facebook Page last week. I am a little late in posting this as I had to make a quick trip to Brisbane on the weekend.
I love the Oh So Eclectic Bundle& as it was sitting on my desk from another project I decided to go with it I’m really happy with the way it turned out, especially the flowers as I’ve added Perfect Plumto the inner petals to highlight them a little. Never be afraid to play & experiment with colours. You will be surprised at how they turn out!
If you click on the link below you will be able to download a tutorial so that you create your own card.
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Welcome to the Top Ten October Winners Blog Hop! Do you remember my post from a couple of weeks ago asking for you to vote? Check it out by clicking on “Sympathy”. Thank you to every one of you who took the time to vote – it worked! Because of your votes, myself & 9 other lucky talented Demonstrators (from across the world) get to hop along with Kylie (Australia’s #1 Stampin’ Up!® Demonstrator). I feel very honoured to be among this group, so thank you once again!
Last month the theme was Sympathy. It’s one of those cards that we only create if necessary & unfortunately this one is necessary. Well, for this blog hope, it is the same theme but creating a new project. I have had my card sitting on my desk for a couple of weeks now wondering how to fix a huge blunder but I think I have managed to cover it. Can you pick it? Hint – it is now covered by the 3 Facted Gems….. Love it when you can cover mistakes!
To download your Free Tutorial, please click on the link above the photo.
Today, I am sharing with you a card I created from a left over piece of Watercolour PaperI had used on a card a couple of days ago. Instead of wasting it, I thought it would be great to try & use the piece on something. As I had the “Naturally Eclectic” DSPsitting on my desk, it suddenly hit me that the colours matched perfectly with the DSP. Don’t you love it when this happens?
For the inside of my card, I cut a piece of the DSP, adhered a piece of Lemon Lime Twist Card to one side, layered it onto a piece of Whisper White Card before adhering to the inside of the Base Card –Night of Navy.
Do you recognize it? It is from the front of the Annual Catalogue. Not much difference, but I have managed to add my own interpretation to it. Don’t forget to use the Catalogue for inspiration.
There is a free tutorial for you by clicking on the link below to create your own card. It includes a list of supplies used on the card plus measurements (metric & imperial).