Good afternoon and welcome to the latest Blog Hop with ARTploration stencils from STAMPlorations.
Here is my inspiration card using ARTplorations Daisy Dance and Bloom Sketches.
I made the panel by laying on the stencil on a A6 piece of Hot Pressed W/C paper and inking the spaces with Versamark then embossing with white EP. The daisy blooms were then carefully stamped in the spaces and embossed in white. I had to it that way as the mask dictated where to stamp the blooms. To colour, I sprinkled Brusho crystals in Yellow and Vermilion where I wanted the colours, then spritzed the whole lot with water.
I stamped a happy from the Balloons and Banner set below the now dry angled panel and embossed in white EP, added a die cut Happy and then trimmed the panel to complete.
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My Choice- Heat embossing and Brusho
Love the design of the card! The colour combination looks so great!ReplyDelete
Great card and sounds quite a complicated process but worth it in the end, thanks for sharingReplyDelete
Jules what a fun card...I am a huge daisy fan!...Thank I love what you did with this card...Thanks for joining us at CYCI ~ WynneReplyDelete
This is really lovely xxReplyDelete
What a lovely array of pink daisies!ReplyDelete
Beautiful flowers, Jules! And I love the angle of the design panel and the black background that sets those flowers off beautifully! Thanks so much for sharing this with us a CAS Mix Up!ReplyDelete
Very pretty!! Love the card design. TFSReplyDelete
Great way to use the stencil Jules! Your beautiful daisies have so much depth to them. Love the tilted panel! Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up! xxReplyDelete
Really cute design. And those flowers are fabulously pretty.ReplyDelete
This is gorgeous Julie! I love those daisies and what you did with them here!ReplyDelete
Love the flowers. ..it's spins a bit challenging for me. .but i hope to master this techniqueReplyDelete
Gorgeous card ..... great design and layout. Love those daisies xxReplyDelete
I love the dimension you've achieved with the stencil, Julie! Gorgeous card!ReplyDelete
fun card and design. Love the lop-sided look:)ReplyDelete
Pretty card! Love that awesome stencil you used! Great colors!ReplyDelete
Seems we both are smitten with those BLOOMS!!ReplyDelete
This is a delightful design Jules! How fun to see the way you added the dimension with the black and broke up the bloom sketches. Super inspiration! Xj.ReplyDelete
Very cool, love the texture and dimension. xxReplyDelete
ohhhhhhhhhh I´m in love with your amazing flowersReplyDelete
So many interesting ways to use stencils. I am in awe! This turned out so pretty.ReplyDelete
I have not tried that cool EB resist technique with a stencil. Love how your card turned out and your fun angles design. TFS JulesReplyDelete
Julie, very pretty birthday card! Love all of those flowers. Thanks for joining us at CYCI...DawnReplyDelete
Nicely done, not sure I could pull this one off, but you did a great job lining everything up :)ReplyDelete
Wowwwwww!! Brilliant card-great design! :)ReplyDelete
I just love it when Brusho's play nicely and they so have on your card. Such a pretty design and loving the stencil and stamps. Thank you for the inspiration xReplyDelete
Julie love your design tooReplyDelete
the color combo really perfect
do you believe me I made my Daisy´s stencil card last night and did not seen your card I nearly use the same angle for put my panel but I change my mind if you dont mind you can see here my daisy`s stencil card
love that stencil too Julie
Beautifully made sweety
Very cool card!Love the positioning and colors!ReplyDelete
Ohhhhh hove lovely this card!ReplyDelete
Wow-what a unique process with a great looking result. Love the brushos colors and how the daisies turned out.ReplyDelete