Monday, 18 April 2011

Thanks a Million

Hi everyone,

Hope all is well :)

Just thought I'd pop in for another card. This is one that I made using a technique demonstrated by Kristina Werner (you can check it out in this 'Finally Friday' post).
Instead of using the stamped piece as a background, however, I showcased it, as I just love the pretty effect!

Here it is in all it's glory:

As you can probably see, it was a pretty easy one to make; I just stamped the different flowers using the rule of three, added the vellum strip, a sentiment and some pearl accents, and mounted the sentiment using 3D foam squares.

When I made this card, I thought it looked just like the sort of skirt they would sell in M&S (Marks and Spencers)! I think it's the combination of those colours, and all the white.

Anyway, that's it from me for today.

Take care!

Tasha :)

Cardstock: Linen cardstock, Papermill Direct (UK); Vellum, eBay
Stamps: Blossom Art stamp set, Hero Arts;  Signature Series Butterfly, Papertrey Ink
Ink: Versacolor blocks, various colours
Misc: 3D foam squares; White Signo gel pen; Adhesive pearls, eBay

1 comment:

  1. Another great card Tasha! Love the different colored flowers and how you layered them!. The sentiment popping out is a nice touch too!


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