Thank you to all of you who helped with the final design of this floral card during my weekly live video on Friday! (missed it? replay here). I absolutely LOVED coloring these Abigail Rose designer paper floral images with Stampin’ Up! Watercolor Pencils, fussy cutting them and making cards with them!!
Watercoloring on Abigail Rose designer paper is so relaxing for me.. I love to play with colors and layer watercolor pencils together to achieve a variety of colors.
The card below was created after the live video, and I love this bright Daffodil Delight floral image and card base. It features the amazing Split Card Textures dies (die cut with Basic White cardstock) and overlayed on a Daffodil Delight cardstock base. White Glittered Organdy ribbon ties it up nicely and adds just the right touch.
I felt the die cut greeting was just a touch too large, so I used a craft knife, slit the floral image, and tucked the die cut into the image.
Below: this is the card you helped me design, featuring the lattice die from the Organic Beauty dies on a Parakeet Party card base. The white label from Designer Tags is stamped with Happy Birthday from Go To Greetings in Gorgeous Grape ink. All of these Stampin’ Up! card making supplies are in my online store – please click any of the product photos at the bottom of this post to shop in my store. Thank You!
If you missed the 3rd card shown below, it was in yesterday’s blog post.
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Patty, each of these cards are absolutely gorgeous! As usual your tips, techniques, and ideas are always so incredibly helpful. You have amazing talent, thank you for sharing1
You are so kind.. thank you!!!
The yellow card, as all the cards, look beautiful! I never would have thought to make a slit in the die cut to hold the greeting. Thanks for the tip! Your videos are always so helpful.
I’m so glad you enjoyed that tip!! The yellow one was my fave 🙂
These are absolutely beautiful Patty!
Thanks Denise.. so sweet of you!
SO pretty! I forget to use pencils…