This is Priyadarshini, Creative Designer @craftyscrappers. This month we have a new challenge with theme ‘Floral & Textures’ at our blog. So my post for today is going to show 4 cards with this theme. This theme has endless possibilities with cards, mixed media, scrapbooking, tags, etc…
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CARD#1: CAS one layer card
This is my first car, a single layer card using our new release
Hello Sunshine stamp set
and bricks stencil.
Its a 5 x 5 card and I stamped the floral image on the corner of the card and colored with pencils. I randomly added the stencil on the background along with a sentiment. To finish the card, I added some liquid pearls.
CARD#2: Stencil highlighting
For my second card, first I used some embossing paste using
Craftyscrappers honey comb stencil
for the background and let it dry.
Then I used Dahlia flowers stencil,
I used coral berry ink for the flower and bamboo ink for the leaves.
I used some color pencils, to highlight and give some shade to each petal in the flower and leaves.I worked my way from dark to medium for coloring. I put together the flower and leaves and added some liquid pearls to finish the card.
(This technique works with any stamp floral, abstract, etc….)
CARD#3: Stamp highlighting
For the next card I am focusing on stamp highlighting.
I used script stamp from Hello sunshine stamp set
for the background where I repeatedly stamped it on the background using evening gray inks.
I die cut a square and did some stenciling using distress circles and added the sentiment and added this to a vellum square sheet.
I stamped the flowers and leaves from Sending hugs stamp set
using lavender fields and frayed leaf for leaves.
I used color pencils to highlight the flowers and some of the leaves. (I didn’t highlight some of the leaves as my main focus is on the flowers)
I added some flower sequins from craftyscrappers to finish the card.
(Tip: This technique works only with solid flower stamps)
CARD#4: Texture background
My last card is here where my focus is on some texture using stencils and pastes.
For the background, I used 2-in-1 diamond pattern stencils
along with Orchid dazzle texture paste
and Martina shimmer paste
(I used heat gun to dry it).
In a piece of card stock I used Abstract stencil with Fog dazzle paste and circle die cut and added a piece of vellum on top of the die cut.I added the sentiment on the vellum piece.
To make this card more better, I added foamiran flowers on one side of the circle.
I used double sided foam adhesive to add this card piece to the stenciled background.
So That’s all from my end today.I hope you like these floral and textures Cards as much as i enjoyed creating them. There is endless possibility with this theme.
Do leave some love and feedback below and I will be back soon for more inspirations!
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