March 26, 2014

Oh Shoot

Hey there!!

So the other day i was itching to do a card and i had my ipad with me at the craft table and i happened to check my blog roll and saw the new challenge at Avery Elle: Ombre/Gradient! I have also been meaning to play with their stamps, so i figured it was perfect timing!


Dana Warren - Kraft Paper Stamps

I first stamped the flowers and then stamping them a second and a third time. I used two different pinks and the lighter pink i could only stamped them a second time as the third was so light you couldn;t really see it. Next i cut all the flowers out.

Dana Warren - Kraft Paper Stamps

I used a white card base (the card base has a few white paint spots) and stamped the Oh Shoot sentiment and arrow in grey ink. I colored in the arrow with a light grey copic marker. Then i arranged the flowers on the card base, pretty much grouping them then going from dark to light.

Dana Warren - Kraft Paper Stamps

When i found the right grouping, i marked each flower with a pencil and then stamped the leaves. Placed the flowers back on my card base with foam dots. Last i added a few matching sequins.

Thanks so much for stopping by!! Don't forget The Alley Way Stamps April release is just right around the corner, sneaks start this weekend!

Dana

Supplies
Stamps: Avery Elle - Oh Happy Day
Ink: Hero Arts - Bubble Gum, Soft Granite, Raspberry Jam, Soft Green
Sequins: Neat & Tangle
Copic Marker: N0

9 comments:

  1. This is so sweet, love the dimension!

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  2. Such a sweet card! Love the colors!

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  3. The dimension in this card is fantastic!!

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  4. Beautiful, Dana, beautiful! You've created an almost 3-D effect with your flowers, that is absolutely eye-catching. Fabulous!!
    c

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  5. The little flowers are so sweet!

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  6. Such a sweet card — love how you popped up the flowers. Thanks for playing along with AE's Challenge!

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  7. such a stunning card! absolutely gorgeous! Thank you for joining us at the AE challenge!

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  8. Great idea to do generation stamping for the gradient colors on your flowers! This is so pretty!

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