Quick and Easy card using Sending Flowers Dies for the Color Challenge at Splitcoaststampers

Here is last week’s Color Challenge at Splitcoaststampers. Click on the link to find out more about the challenge.

Here are the colours for this week’s challenge ….

Rich Razzleberry, Pretty Peacock, Old Olive

… and here is my card

Tips:

  • Emboss a piece of Smoky Slate with the Brick & Mortar 3D Embossing Folder. Swipe matching ink pad across the raised surface. Attach to the front of a Thick Whisper White card base.
  • Die cut the Sending Flowers with a piece of Old Olive. Snip between the cut outs so that the circle with the flowers is separate. Place on a piece of vellum and cut a circle from the vellum along the outside of the die cut. Attach to the brick layer.
  • Die cut the small flowers with Pretty Peacock and Rich Razzleberry and attach to the die cut circle flowers. Add some pearls.
  • Die cut sentiment twice with Whisper White, layer and colour with Old Olive ink and Wink of Stella. Add to brick layer.
  • Die cut butterfly with Whisper White and add above one of the flowers.
  • Supplies:
    • Stamp Set: None
    • Cardstock: Thick Whisper White, Smoky Slate, Whisper White, Old Olive, Pretty Peacock, Rich Razzleberry, Vellum
    • Ink: Smoky Slate, Old Olive
    • Accessories: Brick & Mortar 3D EF, Sending Flowers Dies, Well Written Dies, Wink of Stella, Pearls
  • … the inside and envelope

Why not have a go at this challenge? I would love to see your projects.

These dies are limited edition and are only available until 31 March 2020. Find out more about the Sale-A-Bration promotion here then visit my online shop for all the FREE products available with qualifying orders during Sale-A-Bration.


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