Hello and happy Friday to you! Hoping your week went well. Mine was a little bumpy but God was with me. This card was inspired by a photo challenge at Addicted to Stamps.
The photo reminded me of a stamp I had from PTI called Year of Flowers: Mum and the greeting is from Year of Psalms: March.
I started with Strathmore watercolor paper and heat embossed the images in white detail powder. Next I watercolor the images using Distress Inks. I also heat embossed the greeting in white detail powder on cardstock weight vellum. Trimmed and sewed the vellum to watercolor panel. Trimmed the panel down to 4" by 5.25" and mounted it on an aqua A2 card base. I also wanted to enter this in Unikos #42 flower challenge, Word Art Wednesday, Simon Says Stamp Add a Sentiment and Happy Little Stamps bloom challenge.
Thanks for stopping by, Sue.
luv this background...those flowers are gorgeous! I am so glad you played along with us at simon says stamp wednesday challenge!ReplyDelete
sparkle & shine, kindness *~*
I'm pinning this inspiring card. I love the softness of the vellum sentiment over the delicate flowers. Glad to have found you through the Word Art Wednesday's challenge.ReplyDelete
A beautiful, pretty and super elegant floral card. Love the addition of the vellum panel and your colouring is just perfection. thanks for joining us at Uniko this monthReplyDelete
That is such a beautiful flower and the card design is gorgeous.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing with at at ATSM.
Love the gorgeous bloom. And the sentiment looks really elegant. Thank you for joining us at the ATSM challenges. All the very best to you and hope to see you back in our gallery again. Nandini, DTReplyDelete
LOVE the delicacy of your card, the vellum sentiment is a wonderful touch as it adds interest but doesn't take too much focus away from the beautifully coloured flowers. Thanks so much for sharing and joining in on the Uniko Challenge. Hugs Bev xReplyDelete
This is wonderful - I love the way you've used the colours on this flower and the vellum is just perfect for the sentiment. Thanks so much for playing along with Uniko this month. Deborah, DT.ReplyDelete
Your card is stunning, I love how you stitched the vellum. I'm always looking for new ideas on how to adhere that stuff. :) Thank you so much for sharing your talents with us at Word Art Wednesday!ReplyDelete