Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Falling Flowers & Bunch of Blossoms, Swirly Scribbles & May Flower Framelits with #WWYS71

I am so happy to be participating in the What Will you Stamp Challenge Blog this week as I have the stamp set Falling Flowers and decided to CASE the layout my Fairy Celebration card from last week. 

To start the card I chose the colours Tip Top Taupe Card Base, Mint Macaron trimmed down card front and Sweet Sugarplum for the flower and Pear Pizazz for the leaf. I started by stamping the Flower from the Falling Flowers stamp set in Sweet Sugarplum on Sweet Sugarplum card stock. Next I embossed the Mint Macaron piece with the Petal Burst Embossing folder in the Big Shot. While I had the Big Shot out I die cut the largest circle in Silver Glimmer paper from Swirly Scribbles, the Flower and Leaf from the May Flower Framelits, using the Die Brush to remove the intricate die cuts from the Dies and little pieces from the die cuts. I assembled the card using Fast Fuse on the embossed piece attaching it the card base. Tombow Multi Purpose Glue on both the leaf and circle. To give to Flower some dimension I used my Blender Pen and Sweet Sugarplum ink to colour on some of the petals and attached it to the card with Stampin' Dimensionals. I stamped the sentiment from the Bunch Of Blossoms stamp set in Sweet Sugar Plum onto a scrap of Vellum. You can either let it dry or used our Heat Tool on setting to dry the ink. I then punched it out with the shorter end of the Decorative Label Punch and placed it back in the punch to shorten it and adhered it using Fast Fuse all over the vellum.

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1 comment:

  1. Mint Macaron and Sweet Sugarplum = divine combination! Nice layout Ellen, thanks for joining us again at WWYS this week.