Hello again. I have a couple of cards to share with you today.
The first card is using the Altenew Ranunculus stamp and die set, and stamped using a more teal colour. The leaves I just used the outline and the detail stamps, not the base colour, as I wanted them quite muted.
The layout is for the current challenge at CAS Colours and Sketches, with the circle from a Stampin Up/Sizzix set. I realised I don’t actually have any larger circle dies – something I must change!
The sentiment is from the same stamp set.
The second card is using the colours for the current Color Throwdown Challenge, and the sketch from Freshly Made Sketches. I used the MFT ‘More Rustic Flowers‘ but again only using a couple of the layers for the flowers, not all of them.
The greenery is from the same stamp set, with the green dots supposedly being part of a branch in that set, but I used it as you see here. I bent the stems for the flowers in different ways, which is so easy to do with photo-polymer sets.
The sentiment is from the die set for Concord and 9th ‘Painted Rose‘….the rose card from yesterday, in fact, is that stamp set. I die cut the sentiment several times in black card with a double sided sticky sheet on the back, and stuck them together, so it could have a little dimension.
Now – I’m not really sure about this card. It took a little moment or two for me to actually think whether or not to post it. I’m not sure whether it’s the grey background card, or the purple/lilac card – but I’m not sure I like it! Maybe it’s the plain-ness of the background – I just don’t know.
I may try this layout again, with different ways of doing the background, but here it is. In all it’s glory!
6 thoughts on “Different Flowers”
Very pretty card. I love the soft color for the flower. Thanks for joining us at CC&S.
Thank you, Jeanne. 🙂
What a fun take on the sketch. Love the way you used the flower on the outside of the circle! So glad you made time in your week to play along with us at CC&S.
Thank you, Cathy. 🙂
So pretty! Lovely shade of green – great use of the sketch! Thanks for playing along with us at CC&S!
Thank you, Karen. 🙂