Thursday, June 28, 2018

Stampin' Up! Accented Blooms

Welcome to another Thursday hop. This week we have a color challenge...

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and here is what I made for the hop today.


The measurements and products used are listed after the other Happy Inkin' Thursday Blog Hop members.

Although the photo doesn't look like it, my card base is Very Vanilla. (To me these pics look like Whisper White.) I added a mat of Mossy Meadow, then a mat of DSP from Share What You Love, which is Petal Pink in color. Then I adhered a smaller mat of Mossy Meadow. 

My focal piece uses a piece of Very Vanilla. I used my embossing buddy to be sure the panel would be clear of any oils from my fingers. Then I stamped the corner flowers in Versa Mark Ink and heat embossed it with White Emboss Powder. I colored the flowers and leaves with my Petal Pink and Mossy Meadow Stampin' Write Markers.

I used the Tailored Tag punch to punch a plain Petal Pink piece. I stamped the Thank You using another stamp from Accented Blooms. It's stamped in Mossy Meadow and fussy cut so it would be smaller than the Petal Pink piece. I adhered it to the pink with dimensionals. Then I glued that to the focal panel.

The cut out on the upper right corner was done with the Detailed Trio Punch. Then I adhered the focal panel to the Mossy Meadow mat using liquid glue. Card front done!

For the inside I just adhered a mat of Mossy Meadow and a mat of Very Vanilla. I used my Stampin' Write Markers again to color the little flowers from the same stamp set. Again, in the corner, I used the Detailed Trio Punch. I didn't use a sentiment so there would be plenty of room to write a personal note.


I thank my upline and friend, Mary Deatherage, for letting me CASE her card, which you can view here.


I hope you'll click on the "Next" button below that will take you to Julie Johnston's wonderful project. Clicking on each name will take you directly to that team member's equally wonderful project. Thanks for stopping by.


8 comments:

  1. What a pretty design! Great layering on your sentiment! :)

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    1. Mary's a great designer! Thanks, Amy.

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  2. PRetty card. Nice coloring on the flowers! I like to color but don't have the patience for that much!

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    1. I always tell my family, "If you're gonna put me in a nursing home, make sure I have something to color!"

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  3. Love your use of the colors. I think embossing in white and then coloring softens the look and is so pretty. TFS.

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    1. Thank you, Susan. Loved having you stop by.

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  4. This is a pretty color combo! Your florals are so pretty...I think that's one of the nicest sets SU has come out with lately!

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    1. Thanks so much, LeAnne. I guess I can't get enough flowers in my collection!

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