Hi and welcome to day four of Uniko's February release intros.
I so excited to get my hands on this new flower set with matching dies, I haven't seen anything like it around!
Here's what I did with my first play.
I first stamped my various elements, after first acquainting myself with the form of the passion flower. Then I simply die cut the images and arranged them into a pleasing spray. The dies for the tendrils are a boon for cutting out these tricky elements!
On reflection the design was missing something, so I die cut a thin frame using a couple of stacking dies from matching white card and attached it to the base card before adding the die cuts and a stamped banner die. I decided to trim off the overhanging leaves so it would fit inside a C6 envelope!
For more inspiration check out the rest of the team.
Simply gorgeous, Julie ... the delicacy of that passion flower contrasted with the bold leaves is just beautiful! Anita :)ReplyDelete
Super idea to use the frame to cluster the passion flower die cuts around. It makes for a really beautiful card!ReplyDelete
Beautiful card. You've all done a great job with this lovely stamp set. xReplyDelete
This is beautiful and I can see you getting lots of mileage from that companion set xxReplyDelete
A beautiful card, I love this stamp set.ReplyDelete
So very pretty, your eye-catching spray! Love it!ReplyDelete
What a lovely card with a pretty flower :)ReplyDelete
Love the composition and all beautiful layers, so cool!ReplyDelete
Absolutely gorgeous this floral composition ! And what a lovely design with the white frame. Love it ! xReplyDelete
Pretty arrangement of flower n leaves. . Love the card :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful! Neat and so elegant. Love how you've cropped those leaves off the edge and the framing is just perfect! xReplyDelete
This is gorgeous ... so crisp and clean xxReplyDelete
Gorgeous crisp card - the window adds the extra special something to your beautiful blooms xReplyDelete
Oh! I love this card!ReplyDelete
Hugs & Greetings from Wiebke (DT)
what a beautiful card, the white is so pure and pretty.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for playing along with The Flower Challenge.