Friday, May 27, 2011

5days/5 looks/5 cards- Card 2

 Hello friends! Today is day two of my 5 days/5 cards posting., this card I think is my favorite of the 5 cards. If you have been coming to my blog for a while, you will know I ADORE this color combo, bright blue, orange and lime- swoon- are just my most favorite colors. I'm a happy girl to get to work with any of them and to have all three- the BEST!!
Again, I took my Hero Arts Poppy stamp and stamped it- several times on scrap cream cardstock, and once on a larger piece. I took spray mist and sprayed turquoise at the top and lime at the bottom of the cardstock after I had stamped the flowers. I am using Stazon ink so the ink doesn't bleed..
The lime paper is Girl's Paperie- oh- all the papers I am using in this set of 5 cards are SCRAPS!! yay me!! :)
and the flower blue is GCD studios. I punched the blue flower paper with my EKsuccess punch  and then layered my pieces on the background. I have been loving that additional look I am getting using my cloud scissors to trim my corners. I added some of my pumpkin crinkled ribbon - from my etsy store- and made a bow with an orange button and twine


After I stamped my flowers on cream cardstock, I used watercolor pencils to color them in, getting the darkest shades by wetting the pencil tip and coloring. I then let them dry. I stamped the sentiment- from another Hero Arts set- along the side of the card, and accented it with two pearls. I then fussy cut out all the flowers and popped them up with UCutIt foam from Glue Arts. Lastly I added pearls to all the flowers.

Thanks for checking out card 2 today!

4 comments:

2Angels said...

That is stunning, I love the colours you have used and the flowers really make you want to reach out and touch them! :)

Kristie Maynard said...

This card is another beauty. Still lovin' that poppy stamp! Very, very pretty!

Kelly Massman said...

Gorgeous!

Cricut Couple said...

Hmmm... Ummm... Perfect? Trying to think of another word, but it's just not working. Yep! Perfect will pretty much wrap it up. TFS!