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Friday, 31 August 2018

Flower cards

Hello crafty friends!
 I have created simple cards focusing on flower critter sheets.. from DCAM store, with that I have used distress oxides inks, Papericious design papers, few dies and stamps..for sentiments I have used sentiment banner critter sheet.  These flower critter sheets are so pretty that I couldn't stop myself and created 4 cardsπŸ™‚


#1- first I did fussy cutting of all flowers n banner sentiments.
#2- then did few die cutting ..as I thought to use piano die, double stitched rectangle die cut frame.. etc.


 Card-1: In this card I have used iris paper and cut the base 4.25 x5.5" using lawnfawn stitched rectangle die..inside frame I have used double stitched recangle die cut frame..then placing in the middle I marked the area lightly with pencil and did water Coloring using distress oxides inks..removed pencil mark with eraser..used black splatter effect with stamp..you can do it with brush..but I like to use stamp as it's much more controlled...then used dcam flower design , banner sentiment.. finally layered with black and white diagonal stripe pattern paper and folded iris card stock. Used clear drops in few places. I really love this soft look of my card❤️
 Card-2: in this card I have used Papericious script pattern paper which I have cut into 4.25 x5.5" with lawnfawn stitched rectangle die..distress the edges using distress oxide ink. Then cut out the rectangle frame using double stitched rectangle die..I removed that pattern paper frame and added a frame in iris paper which I have raised a little using foam tapes..again in the middle part of iris rectangle frame I did smooching technique using distress oxide inks n water. Used dcam flower designs,sent sentiment banner and light purple rhinestones...finally on last thought I added blank ink Splatters using stamp and black versafine ink all around the outer side of the frame. Finally I layered the card with purple pattern paper and with folded iris card base. This one is my favourite of all four cardsπŸ™‚
 Card-3:here outer card frame 4.25 x5.5" from iris paper using rectangle stitched die. On that first I marked the area with pencil where my composition was there and did water coloring using distress oxide ink. Then I did stamping of leaves using green distress oxides ink and black versafine ink. Did flower and sentiment placement. Here also I have done black splatter effect..using stamp and ink. Finally did layering with black cardstock and iris folded card base...used clear glass droplets.
Card-4: In this card intial few step same ..like base same from iris paper..here only I have used memory Box piano die cuts in black..I have layered 4 pieces together to give raised look to piano keys. And decorated using DCAM flower designs, sentiment banner and clear glass droplets. Here also I did water color effect with distress oxides inks , black splatters with stamp n black ink , layering with black CS and iris folded card base.
Hope you have enjoyed this as much as I enjoyed making them.. thank you for stopping by..if you have any queries please feel free to ask.. thank you
Love and hugs
Daksha

Supplies used:



Distress oxides inks- shaded lilac, fossilized amber, ice spruce,peeled paint, spiced marmalade , shaded lilac, gathered twig.
Challenges entering into:

1-Blog Challenge-August-2018: “Anything Goes-Floral”

10 comments:

  1. Beautiful card layout..indeed very unique.....we thank you for participating in our august blog challenge- Anything Goes-Floral πŸ’–πŸ’–

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  2. These are all just BEAUTIFUL! Thanks so much for joining us at The Sisterhood’s ‘Bloomin’ Flowers’ challenge and please come back again soon!
    Darlene
    one of the 'Sistahs'
    The Sisterhood of Crafters
    DAR’S CRAFTY CREATIONS Please come for a visit!

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  3. All of them are absolutely gorgeous!! I love the color scheme. The flowers look fabulous with that piano. Thanks so much for joining us for the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.
    Misty

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  4. Gorgeous~Gorgeous cards! Thank you for joining our challenge at The Sisterhood!
    Diane TSH DT {Nellies Nest}

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