Usually when I sit down to create a card or other project, I start with an idea of what it is I’m going to do. More often than not, as I stamp, the idea develops into something a little different than what I originally envisioned. Today’s card is no exception.
I had planned to watercolor mist the background and cut it out with a die cut, but I had not planned to use the rest of the misted card stock until I started working on it. Using a plain white exterior would have given a totally different look and I’m not sure which I would have liked better but this is what I went with. I do like the way the stem extends to the bottom of the card.
This background uses Lucky Limeade and Daffodil Delight markers, colored on the lid of the stamp case, then misted and applied to the Whisper White card stock. After creating the watercolored background, I stamped the flower in Rich Razzleberry and added highlights with Dazzling Diamonds glitter glue.
I die cut the center image with the 3rd framelit from Labels Collection and die cut the exterior with the 4th framelit centered in the middle. Then I adhered both onto Rich Razzleberry card stock with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
This card is very soothing and pleasant in person. The pictures give a little different vibe. I will stamp a ‘praying for you’ sentiment in the interior and send this off to a young woman that my daughters grew up with who was just last week diagnosed with a brain tumor and had surgery this past week. She’s a very talented young 2nd grade teacher and we pray for her health and a full recovery.
Enjoy, JulieCard Recipe: Stamps: Summer Silhouettes w-#126445 c-#126447 Ink: Rich Razzleberry #126950 Paper: Whisper White #100730, Rich Razzleberry #115316 Extras: Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine #113439, Labels Collections Framelits #125598, Polka Dot Embossing Folder #117335, White Bakers Twine #124262, Vintage Faceted Designer Buttons #127555, Dazzling Details #124117, Dimensionals #104430, Daffodil Delight Marker #119677, 2011-13 In-Color Markers #123002