Good evening. After a couple of months off to re-group we are back at HLS with our challenges. Today we launch the March Anything Goes Birthday challenge. So here is my contribution, featuring Altenew's Fashion Monger Dahlia stamp set.
This was made for a good friend of mine who loves red flowers! An elegant card for an elegant lady! The set is a layered stamping one but for this I went with just the outlines stamped and heat embossed onto watercolour paper. The three blooms were coloured with some Candied Apple DI smooshed onto a craft mat, the shadows added with a Zig Watercolour marker, as were the inner cream petals. The leaves were coloured with a wash of Zig markers in two shades of green and then when dry, fussy cut along with the blooms.
I printed off some black and white, diagonal striped DP, adding it to one side of a panel of white card, together with a strip of black card. The fussy cut leaves and blooms were arranged over the strip, sentiment(Uniko) stamped and a few old HLS gems added. The completed panel was then added to a 5 x 7 white base card.
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Stunning flowers, love the intense red and the stripes go perfectly with the arrangement, thankyou for playing along at Seize the Birthday, Cathy xReplyDelete
Beautiful flowers, the red is gorgeous, it really pops and the black stripes enhances the whole card! Thank you for playing with us at STB!ReplyDelete
Beautiful red flowers, and adding the black stripes really makes them all pop and adds a lovely dimension to the cardReplyDelete
How fabulous xReplyDelete
Julie, This is definitely and elegant card. I Love your bold blooms mixed with the black and white stripes. Thanks for playing along at Seize the Birthday.ReplyDelete
This is so beautiful. The red flowers are lovely. I always like black and white stripes on a card. Barb HousnerReplyDelete
Very elegant red and gold flowers! I'm sure your friend will love it! Thanks for joining us at Time Out Challenge:)ReplyDelete
They really 'pop' on the striped panel! Looking great! Thank you for joining us at TIME OUT!ReplyDelete