Hello, Pinkfresh friends! Hope your week is off to a great start! It’s TaeEun here today with a couple of cards showcasing the Enchanting Flora Washi product suite from the October Release! Btw there is still time for you to hop along and comment for a chance to win the giveaways at the October Release Blog and Instagram hops :) !
I love the overlapping transparent petals of the Enchanting Flora images ! They look so lovely. The layers of the coordinating stencil set have also overlapping area, so please keep it mind that you have to choose colors for stenciling which would look pretty when they are mixed. I chose light blue, pink and purple for my card.
To start I heat embossed the Enchanting Flora stamp image in silver and stenciled them using the coordinating stencil set. The ink colors I used are Sky Blue, Soft Lilac, Coral Reef, Sparkling Rose and Lavender. After the stenciling was done I cut all the images using the coordinating one-piece die.
For the first card I arranged the small floral clusters in a rectangle shape and made a shaker card.
To create the background I first watercolored a A2 sized mixed media paper panel in pink and light blue concentrating the coloring on the center. After the panel was dry I cut it using the Diagonal Stripes with Window die. I adhered the central die cut rectangle on the center of a white cardbase. I adhered a clear acetate sheet on the back of the rectangle window of the front panel and made the shaker wall using two layers of foam tape.
Next the stenciled floral clusters were arranged as shown in the picture using foam tape. The sentiment from the same stamp set was heat embossed in silver, die cut using the coordinating die and added to the card. For more shine I decorated some flowers with Blossom Glitter Drops and the card was done!
For the second card I used the large floral image from the set.
I made one more watercolored background panel. I watercolored an area of a mixed media paper panel in pink where I wanted to place the heart. I splattered the pink watercolor on the panel and let it dry.
After the panel was dry I cut a small heart using the Shaker Hearts die from it and then I cut the panel using the Folk Edge Rectangles die. I adhered the background panel flat on a white cardbase, adhered a pink fun foam heart on the place where the small heart was cut and added the die cut heart slightly offset on the pink fun foam heart. I adhered the left end of the floral image under the heart and adhered the rest on the background using foam tape. The right end of the image was attached on the heart. The sentiment from the Enchanting Flora stamp set was heat embossed in silver on some vellum.
That’s it from me for today! Hope you enjoyed looking my cards!
Have a great week!