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Yes, such a easy but WOW technique I had to teach it again. While you can do this technique with so many of Stampin' Up's beautiful images, I love the rose from Fifth Avenue Floral.
Very similar to the card we made at the last card, but this time using Perfect Polka Dot impressions folder for the background. I love White on White, so elegant but adding the texture really makes it pop. A strip of Rich Razzleberry and the beautiful rose finish of a beautiful card.
geesh, we live in the mildest place in Canada and in February, we have a flower count and brag about it and guess what we awoke to on Wednesday we got 8" of this wonderful white stuff and cold to go with it! And yes, being that we don't understand this white stuff, the city goes into hibernation. So if you can't go out, you might as well stamp and dream about flowers,right?
Elegant Eggplant and Perfect Plum got me feeling more summery. I stamped the flower from Fifth Avenue Floral onto Very Vanilla and colored them in with Perfect Plum and my blender pen. A few dots of Daffodil Delight bring the centers to life. I punched out the flowers with my 1 1/4" square punch and then layered them onto 1 3/8" squares of Elegant Eggplant. No need to measure these, we have that punch too. The background is Perfect Plum DSP from the Subtles Collection. It is so wonderful that we can now buy pads of DSP in the different color collections. The sentiment, just for you, for reading my blog and listening to me complain, I'm better now!
so easy but adds such drama to your project. I was inspired to try it again thanks to Sage, a fellow demo on SUDSOL.The stamp set Fifth Avenue Floral is a perfect one for this technique or any set that has line images. Here is my rose
I think it is the best one I have done. I used Shimmery White cardstock and stamped the rose with Versamark then White embossed using Rich Razzleberry, Pink Pirouette and Regal Rose inks to add the color. The top part of the card is ran through the Big Shot with the Vintage Wallpaper Impressions folder and then sprayed with Vanilla Shimmer Spritz to mimic the sparkle on the flower from the Shimmery White cardstock
A strip of Rich Razzleberry adds the needed drama.
that really doesn't get much ink, now, the Rose in this set sees alot of ink but this Lily doesn't.
I wanted a card with layers but no bulk and this card is perfect. Instead of ribbon I used the Dotted Scallop Ribbon border punch and Chocolate Chip cardstock to add some pizzazz. The flowers are stamped using Basic Grey ink and then watercolored using So Saffron watercolor crayons. Simple but nice.
why not, I have the power! The power to make roses in any color I want, because in real life, nothing much grows in my yard, I don't like bugs and up here we have alot of spiders, definitely not my favorite thing. So as a result, we don't have a beautiful garden here. Funny, scorpions, vinageroos, cockroaches at my other house don't bother me, but spiders no way. So my way of giving flowers is, make a card with flowers.
These roses from Fifth Avenue Floral are stamped with Versamark onto Shimmery White cardstock, embossed with white embossing powder and then colored with the reinker spread technique. It is simply getting your flower wet, adding your lightest color of reinker with your Aquapainter and allowing the color to float over the image. Then add your next colors in the areas you want to and let dry and cut out. I used Baja Breeze and Pacific Point for these roses and then mounted them onto Whisper White that had been run through the Big Shot with the Perfect Polka dot impressions folder. The sprig of leaves is Little Leaves Sizzlit die cut in Garden Green and the sentiment is from Well Scripted a set from the spring Mini. A couple of rhinestones to add some bling, and it is done.