Hope y'all had a fabby Bank Holiday (for those of us in the UK!) I can't believe we actually had sunshine here in Sheffield LOL!
Just poppin' in today with a super simple card that probably took longer to make than you could possibly imagine:
The reason it took so long was not only the fiddly cutting of those leaves, but because I decided to try to make my own flower embellishment! If I do this again, I'll definitely be wearing plastic gloves - yup, that ink tends to really stain your fingers LOL! However, on the plus side these flowers are pretty easy to make: simply die cut a few from white cardstock, cover in ink (or spritz with glimmer mist!), scrunch up, let them dry a little, then layer them! Voila! Pretty flower!
Stamps: Papertrey Ink - Turning a New Leaf, Text Style, Round & Round
Ink: Versamark/Papertrey Ink - Spring Moss, Spring Rain/Memento Brown/Ranger Alcohol Ink
Cardstock: DCWV Blue/White from Stash/
Accessories: Cuttlebug/Cuttlebug Flower Die/Nestabilities/Clear Embossing Powder/Chalks/PTI Button
Aimes, this is gorgeous! How did you make the actual card? Is it two die cuts stuck together?
Oh wow, simple but GORGEOUS!!
Very pretty flower! I just love that popping fuschia pink with the blue and white. Gorgeous clean and simple card.
I love the SHAPE of the card. Wondering the same thing as Karen M.
This is darling! I love the shape of the card!
Adorable as always! The flower as well as the look of those stamped leaves on textured cardstock - just gorgeous!!
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