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Chrysanthemum Slimline-two ways | TaeEun Yoo

Chrysanthemum Slimline-two ways | TaeEun Yoo

08 Mar 2022 8 Comments

Hello everyone! It’s TaeEun here today with a couple of floral slimline cards featuring the Chrysanthemum Slimline product suite. At first I used the coordinating layering stencil set to color the gorgeous chrysanthemum image. But as I couldn’t help but watercolor the large bloom, I made one more card :) .

Let’s take a look at the no line watercolored card first.

I started by watercoloring a watercolor paper panel lightly in blue, pink and violet. After the panel was completely dry I stamped the Chrysanthemum Slimline on it in Peach Fuzz.

I then watercolored the flower in the same colors I used for the background. I colored petal by petal in several layers. After done with watercoloring I added darker shades to the image using Polychromos colored pencils.

I cut the finished panel using Slim Diagonal Stitched Rectangles die and foam mounted it on a cardbase, on which I adhered a gray cardstock panel.

The sentiment is also from the Chrysanthemum Slimline set. I stamped the large sentiment in Detail Black and cut it with the coordinating die. I cut the shape four more times and layered them for some dimension. The long sentiment was heat embossed in white on a strip of black cardstock. I finished off the card with a few Glacier Jewels.

The next card is showing the Chrysanthemum Slimline which was colored using the layering stencil set.

To start I heat embossed the image in white on Neenah solar white cardstock. I stenciled the first layer of the flowers in Sweet Mustard, Apricot and Bubble Gum and the second layer in Clementine and Raspberry Bliss. I love the look of the two or three toned flowers :) .To stencil the leaves I used Key Lime and Olive.
After stenciling I cut it using the coordinating die and set it aside.

To create the background I first ink blended a white panel in Key Lime, Bubble Gum and Sweet Mustard very lightly. I then cut the panel with the Daisy Chain Coverplate die. As the coverplate die is in A2 size I die cut two times to fill the slimline sized panel. I trimmed the panel a bit to make it fit under the Slim Stitched Scallop Rectangle frame and adhered it on a white slimline cardbase. The Slim Stitched Scallop Rectangle frame was foam mounted on it. Next I added the Chrysanthemum to the card. I used the sentiment from the Chrysanthemum Slimline set here as well. This time I heat embossed the large sentiment in gold. A few Matte Gold Metallic Pearls were my finishing touch for this card.

That’s it from me for today. Hope you enjoyed looking my card!

Thanks for stopping by!

TaeEun

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8 Comments

11 Mar 2022 C.J. Boyce

Stunning cards. I’m not sure which one is more beautiful. Breathe coloring!

09 Mar 2022 Lagene

Wow, gorgeous creations!

09 Mar 2022 Angela

Wow! Both of these are absolutely gorgeous! I love the watercolor! The stencil one pops with color. Stunning!

08 Mar 2022 Karen B Walker

Both cards are beautiful, but the no-line watercoloring is just stunning!

08 Mar 2022 Jennifer Kalbfleisch

Your cards are absolutely stunning, I love both of them. I think the way you watercolored the noline watercolored flower is brilliant and looks amazing💜!

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