Saturday, May 28, 2011

5 days/5 looks/5 cards- Card 3


Hello again! thank you for stopping by today, I am sharing my 3rd card in this little card showcase. In case you are just joining in, I am showing 5 cards with 5 different looks, all using scraps of paper and the same stamp. I love this beautiful Hero Arts Poppy stamp and love the different looks I am getting.

 For this card, I again used cream cardstock and stamped two times on this larger piece, I stamped the second stamping lower on the cardstock for height variation.
Again after I stamped, I used a teal spray mister and sprayed the background. I then used scraps of paper and stamped about 3 sets of the flower, then I sprayed that with a juneberry mister. I let everything dry and fussy cut out my flowers, I also used a water color pencil to color in the green stems.



 When I put my card together I used more of that lovely houndstooth by Pink Paislee, and I added a strip of my lime crinkled ribbon across the card. I layered on the stamped block, adding my flowers to the block with UcutIt foam from Glue Arts, and then I added glitter glue all on the tips and edges of the flowers.
I stamped the Hero Arts sentiment and then made a bow with my lime crinkled ribbon ( I sell this ribbon in my etsy store- link at top right sidebar) and  added it to the card with  a black button and twine.


thanks for checking out day three of my card showcase!

6 comments:

Margot said...

beautiful card, love the colorcombination!

Kelly Massman said...

Very pretty!

Kristie Maynard said...

Another gorgeous card. I love that little bit of glitter, great look. I'm thinking this poppy stamp may be in my future!

Jess said...

Gorgeous card! Loving the green and purple combo!

Cricut Couple said...

Ok... This one is my favorite, but only because of the purple! It's just as perfect as the others, but it's better because of the purple. That's the only reason I could like it better.

NanaBeth said...

Just wanted to tell you how much I am enjoying this.It's making me look at my supplies in a totally different light. I'm terrible about using something once and being done with it-this has changed my perspective.Thank you.