I am back with one more take on Maile's beautiful inspiration card for Case Study #139. I wanted to try a three flower look, like Aimes used for her sample card. Instead of die cutting, I stamped the largest bloom in the middle, masked it off and stamped two smaller blooms on either side. Then, I cut the top off of the paper, closely following the top edge of the flowers.
The front panel is popped up with dimensional adhesive, and I stamped a houndstooth pattern from Market Street Stamps on the bottom layer. I used my Inktense pencils to water color the flowers, and added a bit of glitter to the flower centers with a Sakura Jelly pen. I will be entering this card into the Wonder of Watercolor Challenge in the Moxie Fab World.
My next card is for the Moxie Fab Tuesday Trigger: Pretty Little Petit-Fours. I was inspired by the soft pink colors, the flowers, the woodgrain and the sprinkling of pink. I decided to do a sprinkling of hexagons, stamped in various pink patterns. My card started to look like it wanted to be a baby card, so I stamped all of the baby-type sentiments from Mixed Messages on some randomly scattered hexagons.
Supplies Used (PTI):
Feel Better Soon
Stamps: In Bloom, Asian Fusion, Market Street Houndstooth
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black
Other: Inktense Pencils, Jelly Dots
Stamps: Happy Hexagons, Mixed Messages
Paper: White, Vellum
Ink: SU Pretty in Pink
Other: Hexagon Cover Plate, Beautiful Bloom die, Woodgrain Impression Plate, heart shaped brad
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