Today's card is for the Rainbow Challenge Blog's Fiercely Fuchsia challenge. For the die cut LOVE sentiment, I did the direct to paper technique. Where you apply the ink pad to the cardstock and swipe, which creates fuchsia cardstock. Then I used my Xyron to run some foam sheet onto, I did this twice. The first time, I placed the cardstock onto the side with adhesive from the Xyron. And the second time, I ran the foam sheet with the cardstock on top through the Xyron to make a sticker. After this step, I then ran the cardstock sticker through my die cuttter and the LOVE die cut.
I am also entering it into the Simon Says Stamp With Love challenge. Along with the Time Out Challenges Affectionate challenge. And the Try It on Tuesday Share the Love challenge.
|Stamps: CTMH Floral Happiness, Hero Arts Love Stamp & Cut|
|Paper: CTMH White Daisy|
|Ink: Catherine Pooler Flirty Fuchsia, CTMH Intense Black, Fern, New England Ivy|
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Pretty flowers in beautiful colours. Very nice design, too.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing your art with Try it on Tuesday. Happy weekend!
Thank you! It was quite fun to make.Delete
I love the placement of the flowers and the depth in the inking-gorgeous colours and do love how you added dimension with the sentiment. So glad you got to link up in the end and so pleased to see you at Time OutReplyDelete
Thank you! I enjoy the challenges.Delete
What a pretty card! I like your layered stamp flowers and the design with the flowers at the top. Thanks so much for playing with us at Time Out Challenges!ReplyDelete
Thank you! Y'all host some wonderful challenges.Delete
So vibrant and eyecatching, Mary Ellen ... those blooms are so bold and gorgeous ... love that you used the same colour for the dimensional sentiment! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Time Out! Anita :)ReplyDelete
Thank you! I enjoyed the challenge.Delete
A beautiful card, the colours of the flowers look stunning.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing with us at Try it on Tuesday,