Friday, November 4, 2016

Blissful Blooms - CAS

Having a December birthday means that I have to make cards for an online group of crafting ladies who also have December birthdays. I look forward to the exchange of cards! I made four of these cards but will need to make more using other papers. I may add a sentiment on the front of this card, but because I am submitting this to a challenge, I omitted it for now. My design was inspired by the challenge.

On a panel of navy cardstock, I stamped some
tiny flowers in navy ink then adhered the panel to a white card base. A strip of DSP was adhered and then flowers were cut from a sheet of DSP and popped up with foam for dimension. Sequins were adhered to finish the card. A bit of clear glitter glue was added to the center of each flower. The inside was decorated with a fussy cut flower.


The card is being submitted to Fab Friday Sketch Challenge #99:

Techniques: Stamping, fussy cutting
Size: A2 (4.25" x 5.5")

Stampin' Up! Materials
Ink: Night of Navy
Cardstock: Whisper White, Night of Navy
Misc.: Dimensionals foam

Other Materials
Stamps: Reverse Confetti "Blooms 'n Buds"
DSP: Dare2B Artzy Modern Bliss "Blissful Blooms"
Misc.: Studio G Glitter Glue (clear), Pretty Pink Posh sequins

5 comments:

  1. Outstanding card Melanie! Love those shades of blue, perfectly designed for the sketch. Thanks for joining us at Fab Friday, hope to see you again soon!

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  2. I think you've translated our sketch beautifully! I really love these colors and details - your fussy cut flowers are so striking! Thanks so much for playing at Fab Friday!

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  3. Very pretty card!! Love the flowers!! Thank you for joining us at Fab Friday!!

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  4. Very pretty colors! I love when people use DSP elements cut out! It makes the DSP that much more versatile instead of just always being a flat layer! Nicely done and really shows your fussy cutting skills! Thanks for sharing at Fab Friday

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  5. Love the color combination and great interpretation of the sketch...beautiful card.

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