Saturday, 24 February 2018

Falling Flowers, May Flowers & Eclectic Layers

The other day I shared a card for which I used the trellis die from Eclectic Layers as a mask/stencil and today's card uses that die again, but this time in a more traditional way.   I used it to die cut the bottom of the top panel of my card.



I have also used Falling Flowers for some recent makes, and as these two items were still sitting on my desk, I decided to marry them up to create this little floral number.

I die cut the white heat embossed flower and stem which I coloured with a blender pen, and then I also used the May Flowers Thinlits dies to create some leaves and another flower.  Then it was a case of layering them all and adding a few punched leaves for which my Leaf Punch came in very handy.



The sentiment is from the Colorful Seasons Photopolymer stamp set.

Its quite a pretty Spring like card for a crisp cool February Saturday morning !  Well I like it anyway.  I hope you do too.

Thanks for looking - I would love you to pop back again.

Bye for now,

Linda xx


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3 comments:

  1. Monochromatic with white is so elegant, I think. And, your design is so perfect. Thank you so much for taking the time to share it with all of us! Have a good weekend. Rainy one ahead here in Texas, so I am hoping for many new cards!

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  2. This is one of the prettiest cards I've seen! So soft and wonderfully romantic of for a Get Well, Thinking of You or Happy Birthday special friend. Very lovely card. Thank you.

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  3. Linda, all of your designs are always so unique and beautiful. I always want to CASE them immediately but not always with the same stamp or die sets because I do not have a lot of SU products but I love to CASE the design in my own way. I would certainly use the monochromic colours (white and another spring colour) together and a stencil pattern or die pattern cut at the bottom of my card base. To finish off a floral display at one end of the card. Thank you for all your inspiration Linda. :O)

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