7 June 2017

Birthday Fresh Flowers

Hello there, today I have card to share using the beautiful Fresh Flowers set from Clearly Besotted. It is an older set but I absolutely love it and I was getting flower withdrawal, so I just had to ink it up!
 

I started off by stamping the Orange Blossoms image on to a piece of white cardstock. I coloured it with Copic Markers, adding a little shadow behind to help the image pop. I used a bit of artistic licence here as Orange Blossom flowers are in fact white in colour. I do love them in peach though for this card! I stamped the sentiment, from the A Little Sentimental set, on to some black cardstock using Versamark Ink. I applied white embossing powder and heat set. I then cut this in to a strip.
 
 
I added a piece of paper from the MFT Calm & Cozy Chevron Paper Pad to a white A2 card base and then added a strip of black cardstock beside it. The image panel was then added with tape runner. The sentiment was adhered with foam tape and then I added Sweet Shop sequins from Lucy's Cards to finish it off.
 
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COPIC MARKERS: Flowers - R12, R00, R000, R0000. Leaves and stem - G46, G43, G40. Shadow - B00, B000, B0000, 0.
 
Thank you so much for popping by today. I hope you are all having a good week so far and you have a great day!

5 comments:

  1. Beautiful! I love a bit of artistic licence - it does look beautiful in the peach. CB does beautiful flowers. Xx

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  2. Sweet flowers...love the pretty soft pink.

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  3. This is one of my favourite Clearly Besotted stamps, and you've used it beautifully here.

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