Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Peace be with you

Today I have a spring card to share with you using some recently acquired products from Stamplorations and Heartfelt Creations. To achieve the two colors on my main image I: colored it with Crayola markers, spritzed it with water, and stamped it on white card stock.
Thanks to my Tim Holtz stamping platform, I was able to go back and re-ink the parts that were too light and add a bit of depth to the stamping. (I resisted buying one for so long, and now I don't know how I ever created without it!)

Supplies and Tools:

BTW - Stamplorations is having 12 days of  SPRING FLING with lots of beautiful spring inspiration from the design team and opportunities to win great prizes! You'll want to stop by and check it out....

 This post linked to:
Cutplorations April Challenge - Inspiration photo below (the spring colors)
Allsorts - Sentiment in Focus
Word Art Wednesday - Anything Goes
Stamplorations Never Ending Challenge (use Stamplorations products)
Krafty Chicks - Photo Inspiration (spring flowers)
If you give a crafter a cookie - Photo Inspiration (colors, flowers, spring) 
Dies R Us - Anything goes (Spellbinders Dies)


Darlene said...

WOW! just beautiful Esther! LOVE the flowers ... gorgeous! Thanks so much for playing in our ‘Anything Goes DRU’ challenge at Dies R Us. Good Luck and please come back again soon!

Darlene (DRU Blog Leader)
DAR’S CRAFTY CREATIONS Please stop by for a visit.

Linby said...

wow - this is a stunning design. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Allsorts challenge.
Lynn x

Donna Heber said...

Beautiful spring card with lots of pretty blossoms!

Nance said...

So very pretty, Esther! I love the green wreath against the wood grain and all those lovely flowers. Glad you are playing again at Krafty Chicks Challenge.

Conniecrafter said...

That is just gorgeous, I just finished a card today that I used a wreath like this and now I wish I would have seen yours first because I love how you layered it, maybe next time :)
I did not know you could stamp with crayola crayons, love the results you got from that.