I used the G45 May Project as the starting point for this. I made a few small tweaks, and I still need to add ribbons, but I don’t think I am finished with them…yet. Unfortunately, I have allowed myself to get distracted with the creation of a Typography album.
Those flowers are actually the sun stamp and die from Lawn Fawn’s Hello Sunshine collection. I created the background with the stamp, but the colors were so vivid that they detracted from my die-cut flowers–everything just got lost. So, I put a layer of vellum over the background to mute the colors, and this allowed the die cuts to stand out. I used vellum again for the center of my flower to both mute the color and to add the texture of the gold embossed dots.
I hope you enjoyed this sunny alteration.
Take a look at yesterday’s post to see the front of this card if you missed it!
The Camelot Card kit from May has become a catalyst for many creative ideas. I used circle dies from the kit to cut out the front of the card. The stamped images are all from the main kit and the card add on. Stay tuned for the next post to see the inside of this card!
I couldn’t resist. I’ve created some vintage photos for my jewelry box. I’m still not finished with my box, but I knew these two Artistic Outpost images belonged here.
The story will continue……
•A ceremonial toast in Argentina, Portugal, and the United Kingdom.
This box uses the Papermania Art Deco collection to create a vintage flair. I love this paper! I cannot decide how to decorate the inside. Should it be a jewelry box? We shall see.
I created this for the Monday challenge at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge