As you may be able to tell from my last few posts, I am crazy about the Botanical Builder Framelits Dies and the Botanical Gardens DSP from Stampin’ Up! My card share today features these gorgeous flowers once again, but this time with a different color palette. If you would like to see one of my other creations with this set, click here.
Here’s the sketch for today’s challenge.
I just love how this card came together. The sketch provided the perfect empty space to fill with a beautiful array of flowers. I also love how the wink of stella provides a little extra sparkle on the Cajun Craze flowers. It is really pretty in person, but I just couldn’t quite capture it on film.
Card Recipe and Tips:
Card Base: Hello Honey 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″, scored at 4-1/4″
Layers: Basic Black 4″ x 5-1/4″, Botanical Gardens DSP 3-7/8″ x 5-1/8″
Art Piece: Botanical Gardens DSP (Hello Honey Mat), Whisper White – Labels Collection Framelits (4th from the center)
- To create a thinner mat, I used a pencil to trace the outside edge of the labels collection framelit (4th from the center). Then I cut it out with scissors.
- I used my Basic Black Stampin’ Write Marker to draw faux stitching along the outside edge of my white die cut panel.
- I sponged all my flowers with Cajun Craze to give them a little extra interest.
- I added Gold Wink of Stella to the Cajun Craze Flowers to give them a little sparkle.
- Don’t forget to finish the inside of your card for an extra special touch.
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- Mary Deatherage
- Jari Francis
- Kristi Gray
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Another stunning creation with those dies Heather! Your flowers are just perfectly done and I love the colors! 🙂
What a beautiful card! Your arrangement of those flowers is perfect.
I LOVE how this came together too—Thank you so much for the inspiration–I feel a very definite card-lift coming on! Thank you, such a beautiful way to use the flowers and the pretty cuts from that Botanical Blooms set.
wow Heather I knew this was yours as soon as it hit my inbox, you have such a way with your cards, so artistically laid out, absolutely stunning
Oh this is wonderful, Heather! I love everything about it – you did a really nice job with the stamp-set portion of this bundle, too! 🙂
Love everything about this card Heather, beautiful in every way.
Absolutely gorgeous Heather! So glad to see you posting more often again 🙂
Truly stunning, and I agree, it is hard to get away from using this set of stamps, dies and DSP. You have the touch for making outstanding cards-if it is any prettier in person, it has to be incredible! Love your work.