Sunday, 17 June 2018

Shooting Star Flowers

Hello.  Welcome.  Julie showed some beautiful cards for Stamplorations 5th Birthday celebration.  I was particularly taken by her die cut flowers with black and white polka dot background and decided to try to stamp something similar.

I masked either side of the card and stamped the daisy from Stamplorations Trendy Spring Blooms.  I masked the daisies and stamped Lost Coast Designs Shooting Star background.  I drew a line down each side of my stamped panel and coloured the center of the flowers using Promarkers.  The thanks is a Winnie and Walter die cut from black and orange card.  

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  1. What a great take on my card, great masking too. :)

  2. This looks great, Gail. Love those colors with all the white. Thanks for joining us at STAMPlorations for our birthday CASEing party!

  3. Hi! Such a beautifully designed card. I love the monochrome palette you have on this card with bright pops of sunshine yellow. Thank you so much for joining us on Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge. xx Ankita

  4. Lovely card with the splash of orange..Thank you so much for joining in with our challenge at Addicted to Stamps..

    Luv CHRISSYxx

  5. Great job of CASE-ing Julie's card. Love how you achieved a similar look with a completely different technique. Thanks for joining us t STAMPlorations 5th birthday celebration.


  6. I love this background with the flowers that's popping out, it's a very beautiful card.
    Thanks for joining us at Addicted to Stamps.
    Greetings, Danoesja

  7. Beautiful card. The flowers look stunning. Great CASE of Julie.Thanks for helping STAMPlorations celebrate 5 years.


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