Hi bloggers!. I thought I'd share with you a card I made as the project for my half of our group to follow at one of our recent workshops for my shop Out Of The Blue.
We were using a set of floral stamps from Woodware that we have used for several workshops since, with the idea being to show our craft group the multiple uses, effects & varying projects you can achieve from the same product.
Flower stamps are always so useful & versatile & this clear stamp set comes with 3 sizes of flowers that you can layer - layered flowers was the brief for this workshop.
I was very taken with a technique I had seen Sue Wilson use to make a background so thought I'd have a go too.
On cream card I blended 3 colours of ink & once dry, stamped the 3 sizes of flowers over the top in clear ink & heat embossed with clear embossing powder.
I then stamped the 3 sizes of flowers over the top again in clear ink but this time heat embossed with white embossing powder. This technique creates a lovely layered & textured background which I then cut down to mat onto cream & then turquoise card.
I then layered this onto a piece of cream card around which I had stamped the flowers in brown ink.
Onto the offcuts of my background sheet I stamped & embossed more flowers, cut them out & layered them together & attached them to my card along with some stamped leaves & beige ribbon to co ordinate.
I then stamped the sentiment in brown ink on cream card, cut it into a banner & distressed it around the edges.
I tucked & glued it under the flower, & curled it slightly to add dimension before glueing into place.
I finished the card by adding some pearl gems & stamping inside the card.
Hope you like the finished result, I'll be back with another project soon using the same set of stamps.
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