Hello everyone. It’s been a week since I last posted, as I have been busy with family and hospital issues. I had a couple of hours this morning before going out again, so I gave myself permission to have a little crafty time.
This colours of this card were inspired by the current challenge from Color Throwdown, and I turned to a more clean and simple look.
The base card is Narwhal from Lawn Fawn, the white piece is cut with a Catherine Pooler die, and again embossed with a We R Memory Keepers embossing folder to give a really good 3D impression. The flowers are from Clearly Besotted and I used Altenew inks for each of the two layers for the roses, with a green Altenew ink for the leaves.
I die cut them, and arranged onto the white card, sticking them down with foam squares. As previously, I have not put a sentiment on it, but I may do in the future, though I quite like the look of the card as it is.
I will be entering the following challenges:
Color Throwdown – lilac, green, grey, white
Addicted to Stamps and More – CAS
Simon Says Stamp – add a die cut
Clean and Simple on Sunday – CAS with dies
14 thoughts on “Lilac Roses”
I have this E.Folder too
and your combination with lila flower is stunning
Many thanks for joining with us at ATSM
sorry for late comment 🙂
Thank you, Monika. I love these folders, and I hope you do too. 🙂
Love the 3D effect of the background. So much dimension still CAS. WOW! Love it. Thanks very much for joining in the fun @ Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge. Gayatri xx
Thank you so much, Gayatri. 🙂
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That background is such a wow factor with the 3D look! Beautiful take on the throwdown colors!
Thank you, Wanda. 🙂
So delicate and pretty! Love the 3D background! Thanks so much for joining us at the Color Throwdown this week!
Thank you so much. 😊
I love the clean look of the card and the soft colours 🙂
Thanks Emma. 😊
Love the EF you’ve used here, it gives so much movement to your card.
Thanks for sharing at ATSM. 🙂
Thank you, Julie. 🙂
I do love how that embossing folder is so detailed. Really makes those pretty flowers a feature. Thanks for sharing with us at ATSM this week.
Thank you, Ina. ☺