Tuesday, 9 May 2017


Hi, thanks for stopping by...
This is a 5"x7" black card base and I used a corner punch top and bottom of the card.
The flower stamp is quite an old one of mine and I think it's by Heartfelt Creations.  I stamped the image onto white card stock with a slate grey ink pad.
I wanted to add just a little bit of colour and bleached the tallest flower to enable me to colour it.  I used a pink and red ProMarker for this.  The middle flower I coloured a very dark brown  then added a clear glaze to both flower heads and also directly onto the flower head lower down.  One stalk was coloured using a green ProMarker.
I backed this onto gold card and left narrow side boarders only.
I then used a perfect medium to stamp the sentiment, covered it with bright white detailed embossing powder and heat set it.  Even though I used an anti-static bag prior to embossing little dots of powder remained on the card which prompted me to add a few silver sequins over them!

The 'Tuesday Tutorial' has now moved to a permanent Thursday slot

  • Black card, white card and gold card ~ Creative Expressions
  • ProMarkers in red, pink and green
  • Perfect Medium Embossing Pad ~ Ranger
  • White Snow Ink Pad ~ Adirondack
  • Clear Craft Glaze ~ Pinflair
  • Sentiment ~ my stash
  • Silver sequins ~ my stash
  • Corner punch ~ Clarity
  • Anti-static bag ~ Woodware
  • Cosmic Shimmer Dries Clear Glue ~ Creative Expressions
Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog.
I read all your comments and appreciate you leaving me a message and hope my designs have given a little inspiration.

June x

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I hope you have a great day June x

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