Given that good things are supposed to come in batches 3's, I am hoping to delight you with a third offering of two projects for your inspiration. First up today is a square card using the Folk Flowers set to create my own pattern.
I started by stamping the swirl into the center. I then added the tulip style flower and the teardrop leaf to create my main image. Once coloured with my alcohol markers, I felt that it needed something extra, and I added the mustard stamped dots and white gel pen doodles. To finish I simply added some gems and layered as seen.
Next up is a folksy paper pieced bloom, another one of my skinny card creations.
I stamped and fuzzy cut all of my elements and layered them on an outline stamped flower on my base card. I then used a stem to add the 'stitched' border and grounding before stamping my sentiment (Graphic Squares) in place and adding crystal effects to my leaves and bloom. Once this had dried, I felt that a doodled border around my flower and some stamped dots would enhance the overall appearance of my card. The flower ended up being quite cute, as if it was waving.
TIP!: Next time I shall be using Archival ink. My black dye ink has bled out a little due to the application of glossy accents.
Check out what the rest of the team made! You'll find links to all our projects here.
- SEVEN (7) commenters randomly drawn from the designers' blogs will each win a $10 gift certificate.
- ONE (1) commenter randomly drawn from the STAMPlorations blog will win a $25 gift certificate.
- THREE (3) players randomly drawn from the Fall Flower Flash Linky Party will each win a stamp set from the new release.
That's it from me for today, back again tomorrow with more inspiration
Have a lovely day!
what else I used:
Graphic Squares, link in the above text