Friday, June 30, 2023

Florals in Yellow - Stampin' Up! Textured Florals

   There's nothing like some bright cheerful flowers for a summer time card!  I designed this card to show off the Textured Floral stamp set as well as give my stampers a chance to use the Stampin' Up! Masking Paper which I hadn't used in a class before.  I was inspired by the recently closed challenge at The Color Hues to make a card with yellow and green.  I managed to get 3 yellow inks and 2 green inks on this one card!

  This is a super simple design in which everyone's card is going to look a bit different depending on stamp placement.  We stamped on a piece of Basic White that measures 4" x 5.25" and used a 1.5" wide piece of masking paper on the diagonal to create the open band in the middle.

  Once your masking paper is on just stamp your flower images with the edge of the image on the masking paper and the rest on the cardstock.  I started with the largest stamp and used Daffodil Delight ink and the center is Old Olive ink.  Then fill in the rest of the space with various flowers and leaves, stamping off some of the ink to get a lighter version of the image as well as overlapping the images for a natural cluster look.  Carefully peel off the masking paper and you have a nice space to add your sentiment.

 Stamp a few more of the smaller flowers in Crushed Curry and Old Olive and cut them out along with an Old Olive leaf shape and layer them to the side of the the sentiment popping the flowers on dimensionals. Now attach the whole panel to a Basic White thick card base and you're finished!

  All of the supplies used to make this card can be purchased in my ONLINE STORE.

  Thanks for looking!  Did you stamp today?

Stamps: Textured Floral

Ink: Lemon Lolly, Daffodil Delight, Crushed Curry, Old Olive, Granny Apple Green

Paper: Basic White thick, Basic White, Old Olive, Masking Paper

Accessories: Textured Floral dies, dimensionals 

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