Monday, April 27, 2020

Scribble Flowers

Hello Friends! I'm up on the Sweet n Sassy Stamps blog today sharing two cards that feature the Scribble Flowers stamp set.
For this first one, I added some colorburst powders to a dictionary page, spritzed with water, and heat set. I then stamped my flowers in black ink and fussy cut them. You'll notice I "dressed up" the centers with some circle punched dots -- sometimes it's the little extra things that take your card to the next level! 

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Supplies and Tools;
  • Scribble Flowers (Sweet n Sassy Stamps)
  • Grace So Amazing (Sweet n Sassy Stamps)
  • Jet Black Archival Ink (Ranger)
  • Circle Punches
  • Dictionary Page
  • These colors of Colorburst Powders (Ken Oliver)
    • Ultramarine Blue
    • Lime Green
    • Fuchsia 

For my second card I used two of the new releases for April to create a fun library card focal point and decorated the corners with some of the pretty florals from Scribble Flowers.

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Glittered Paws said...

Love both of these but the second one is my favorite - what a nice card to send to a chemo patient or someone who is going through difficult days. Great job.

Darlene said...

So very creative and beautiful Esther! Love them both!! Thanks so much for joining in the fun at our Double D ‘Showers & Flowers’ challenge! Good Luck and we hope you’ll come back often.
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Conniecrafter said...

I never thought about using the colorburst on a dictionary page, wonderful idea! Love the rich colors and that verse is perfect for an uplifting card at these times

Conniecrafter said...

I forgot to mention your sweet library card, love the flowers with it and the text in spot with the little bee, all came together perfectly!

Claudia's kaartjes said...

Beautiful card Thanks for joining us at Patterned Paper Challenge

Heel mooi.
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