Whether its declaring love, conveying wishes, proposing marriage, cheering up a sick person, making up for a fight , there’s one thing certain- a bouquet of flowers!
Its incredible how a bunch of delicate flowers could bring a smile to someone’s face at any time . Flowers have more to offer than romance. Its hope, happiness, beauty and joy!
When I think of flowers and cards, roses are what I prefer currently because I can use various colors on them. Its been a while since I used lawn fawn stamp flowers and I m posting this for this week’s lawnscaping challenge .
Today’s post is a last minute project and I m happy how it turned out to be!
Stamps: Lawn fawn flutter by (for flowers), Lawn fawn sophie’s sentiments (for sentiment)
Inks : Memento tuxedo black ink, Distress ink squeezed lemonade , Copics R29, R24 (roses), YG17, YG15 (for leaves)
Paper: Neenah solar white cardstock, Daphne’s closet paper pack from lawn fawn for green patterned paper
Misc: Doodlebug twine
- Cut an A2 size card (8.5″ X 11 ” folded at 4.25″ X 5.5″)
- Cut the patterned paper 4.25″ X 5.5″ and adhered it to card .
- For the card panel , cut neenah solar white cardstock 4.25″ X 5.5″ – just tilted it placed and cut the edges from reverse side accordingly . Stamped roses and another small flower stamp using distress ink squeezed lemonade (by masking technique) – making it the background
- Stamped sentiment with memento tuxedo black ink and stamped roses on it sides on the edge of card panel
- Tied a small twine with bow on the left upper edge on the panel
- For the roses, I used Neenah solar white cardstock, stamped with memento tuxedo black ink; Masked the rose and stamped the second rose and the leaves and colored with copics as mentioned above. Fuzzy cut the entire piece of roses and leaves and adhere it to the card panel
- Attached part of leaves the card panel with dimensionals in the lower half of the card ; Used atg for sticking the upper part.
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