My last card of Lilac's seemed to be quite a hit among many of you
and your lovely comments.
I have so many new cards to share with you that it is hard to decide which one I should post for you next? I decided upon this one not because I think it is as pretty as some of my other cards that I will be posting soon, but it is made with my MS Hydrangea punch, that I used to make the Lilac card.
This particular card may NOT knock it out of the ball park, like last time... but, I still had fun achieving this one. This little card has precious little dimensional flowers among the flower pot. Not quite as complicated as my last card. However, I think this one achieves a very soft feeling with the potted flowers. I used three different stamps to achieve this pot to look feminine. One of the stamp sets is from R.S. Tapestry Clear Stamp Set that I used for the pretty pot and the whimsy green branch effect. The other two stamp sets were from a recent stamp show that I picked up and were unmounted stamps so I am unable to tell you the stamp name or manufacture. I just kept layering each stamp into the pot until I felt it looked full with not overdoing it. I then used my MS punch to make itty bitty flowers to give it dimension.
Here is a close up to help you see the pot.
Close up you can see I added 3 little butterflies made from Vellum paper and added Stickles to the center of each little flower for a little bling. I also added flowers and leaves to coordinate two of the outside corners of my card and there you have it! I love the color combination here. Yellow and pink and a spritz of blue with greenery just look so soft.
I also used my corner punch to make a square boarder for the outside edge. You can find directions to do that on Becca Feeken's blog.. There is no need for me to reinvent the wheel when Becca has taken time to post directions to show you herself. Thanks...Becca!
Enjoy your day and I will look forward to seeing you visit me again with another new card to share with you next time. Happy Stamping girls.....
Blessings to all….Leanne