Tuesday, June 20, 2017

FB Stamps- Posies

Hi again, Crafty Friends!! It looks like it's a Two-fer Tuesday! Yup, I have another project for you all today! This time I have this lovely rosie posie card using...

Fleurette Blooms' Posies stamps set.

Image result for fleurette bloom designs posies

Others Supplies Used
140 lb. Mixed Media Paper (Strathmore)
Burlap Paper (DCWV)
Patterned Paper (DCWV)
Lynda Kanase Photo Banner (Sizzix)
Tim Holtz Honeycomb Frameworks Die (Sizzix)
Hello Die (Pink and Main)
Onyx Black Ink (Tsukineko/ Imagine Crafts)
Tim Holtz Distress Markers (Ranger)
Tim Holtz Distress Ink (Ranger)
White Gesso (Liquitex)
Acrylic Paint (Prima Marketing)

I stamped my image onto mixed media paper with black archival ink and colored with distress markers then blended out with a water brush.

Once completely dried, I cut each flower out by hand.

I die cut leaves from Lynda Kanase's Photo Banner die set from old music sheets. Then shaded them with Distress Inks and added details with Distress Markers.

I die cut a honeycomb out of chipboard using Tim Holtz' Honeycomb Frameworks Die. I mixed white gesso , microbeads, and texture powder together and applied over the entire honeycomb. 

I allowed the mixture to completely dry then colored with distress stain then dry brushed acrylic paint.

Using my Xyron Creative Station Lite, I attached a 4.25"x 5.5" piece of burlap onto a standard A2 sized card made from cream colored cardstock. Then layered a 4"x 5.25" mat on top.

I used a bit of glossy accents as a glue and attached to my card front. The laid down my leaves before attaching my posies over top with more glossy accents.

To fish my card, I die cut the word hello from brown cardstock and attached at the bottom of card.

And here is my finished card..

Such a simply yet beautiful card.

I hope you enjoyed this quick tutorial for today!

Until next time...
Happy Crafting!!

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