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Floral Notes | Caly Person

Floral Notes | Caly Person

Hello, Friends!

Thanks for joining me today for a floral slimline card using the beautiful Floral Notes set!  Today, I'm using the Stamp, Stencils, and Dies to create my colorful card for a no-line look which I have loved seeing by other card makers from the latest release.

For the no-line look, I skipped the stamping and went straight for the Floral Notes Stencils.  I blended first the larger blooms using Coral Reef ink, then added Passion fruit towards the centers to blend out the color.  Then I used the second stencil with the little flower blooms to add the dark centers on the large blooms using Regal Bliss.

The second stencil, as I mentioned, also includes the smaller blooms - which I ink-blended with Ocean Breeze and Aquamarine inks.  I like to add the lighter color first, then the darker color to add shading.  I did the same with the 3rd stencil using Fresh Pear and Key Lime inks for the foliage.

After die-cutting, I set the floral image aside to work on the background.  I used the Diamond Plaid Stencils to make the background by using inks I also used on the flowers.  I ink-blended the single strip stencil first with Coral Bliss, then the tri-strip stencil with Regal Bliss.  It blends a beautiful purple color!

To finish my card, I added white and Regal Bliss splatters. My sentiment is stamped and embossed from the Floral Notes stamp set, which I added to my panel with foam adhesive.  Finally, I added some Pinkfresh Studio Jewels to embellish my card.

Thanks so much for stopping by today! I hope you enjoyed my project!

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1 comment

1. Nov 10, 2020

I absolutely ADORE this card. I wish I could see your entire process. I can’t seem to achieve that look, try as I may. Thanks for sharing your amazing talents with us.
Blessings!

Karen Letchworth

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