11 May 2015

Scribble Flowers

Hello there, today I have a card using the Scribble Flower set from Simon Says Stamp, to share with you. I love the simple nature of the images but I think the scribble-ness gives the images a little more.

I first took a panel of white cardstock and cut this using my favourite die, Mama Elephant Femme Frames. I then took the flower heads, stems and leaves from the Scribble Flower set and stamped these with Memento Tuxedo Black ink. These were coloured with Copic Markers. I was inspired to be bolder with my halo's/outside shading, by the amazing Kathy Racoosin.
The sentiment, from the Clearly Besotted Many Mini Messages set, was stamped on to a separate piece of cardstock and cut out. This was added to the panel with foam tape. The panel was adhered flat to a Lavender card base with my ATG. The base was run through my Cuttlebug using the PTI Linen Embossing Plate. I finished off the card by adding a few Doodlebug Sprinkles and adding some Wink of Stella (clear) to the flower heads and leaves.
Here are the links to what I have used on the card. Please click the picture to be taken to where I purchased it.
COPIC MARKERS - Flower Heads: V20, V22, V25. Stems & Leaves: G05, G17, G24. Halo/Shadows: B01, B00, B000, 0 Blender.
Many thanks for visiting me today. I really appreciate it. I will be back on Wednesday for my Create A Smile card and video. I hope to see you then! Have a day!


  1. Lovely, just lovely. I do so love your colouring technique. Xx

  2. hi Michelle, looove this card, those stamps are fab!! ♥

  3. Simply fabulous and fabulously simple as is your fabulous style! You never disappoint Michelle! Hazel xx

  4. I love the colors on this and the CAS design.

  5. The aqua 'halos' make this really pop! So pretty!

  6. Great card as usual. Love that stamp set. Karen x


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