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Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Pretty Flowers

This was an experiment using a few different things. I used a stencil and distress ink to colour the background, and die cut the leafy flourish in green. For the flowers, I used some scraps of blue shaded DP and stamped my Elizabeth Bennet stamp several times using different shades of Brilliance ink. I cut out the flowers and one butterfly, shaped the a little and glued them to the flourish. I finished off the centres with a Wink of Stella in a yellow colour.

Challenges entered

Indigo Blu - a pocketful of posies
Craft Barn - butterflies
Stamping Sensations - dies/punches
Pixies Crafty Workshop - snippets

10 comments:

  1. What a beautiful card Glennis, such lovely soft colours and detailing to the flowers.

    It's lovely to see you at Stamping Sensations, thanks so much for joining in.

    B x

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  2. Oh Glennis, this turned out beautifully! Really soft and gentle result. And, the new Butterfly challenge over at Mrs A's is 'Flowers' - this would be perfect!

    Hugs

    Di xx

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  3. This is pretty Glennis, I see you have been doing some cutting out as well! Such lovey soft colours.
    Pauline
    x

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  4. And a very successful experiment it turned out to be! Very pretty and clever for thinking outside the box (or stamp lol). Thank you for the earlier visit. Cindy xx

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  5. Beautiful.colours good luck with the indigoblu challenge Julie x

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  6. Lovely card, such pretty soft colours and lovely flowers

    Thanks for joining us at Stamping Sensations thus month

    Joan

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  7. Gorgeous soft background for these delicate flowers!

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  8. The colours are perfect for these delicate blooms.

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  9. A good experiment...beautiful!! Thank you for joining in The Craft Barn Challenge.
    Jane x

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  10. Your experiment turned out beautifully, Glennis. What patience you have cutting out all those flowers.

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