Friday, March 4, 2016

Flower garden

     Wow it's March already.  New month means there's a new Stamp of the Month from Stamping Bella.  Flower Garden can be purchased all month long for 20% off.
     For my "add flowers" challenge card, I snitched an idea from one of our posters on the Stamping Bella Sistahood FB page.  She made the cutest image panel using the Bunny Pile stamp and this Notebook Basics die from Paper Smooches.  I elongated the die cut so all the flowers would fit on it and then mimicked her doodling.  I LOVE how it looks.
     The flowers were colored with Copics.  I embossed the back panel with a chevron embossing folder and added a vellum die cut doily.  The sentiment die cut was cut three times, layered and covered in Liquid Platinum embossing powder.

Copics Used:
flowers BV31, BV04, BV13, BV17, Y19
stems and leaves YG21, YG25, YG17, YG67

     Next weeks challenge is this Mojobella sketch.

     To play along just use a Stamping Bella image (make sure you use something that's currently in the store stock) and the theme requirements.  You can enter your project in the Inlinkz over at Blogabella or get your project photographed and emailed to Em at (emily at stampingbella dot com) with Bellarific Friday challenge and the date of the challenge in the subject line by Thursday evening.  Em offers a $25.00 Bella Bucks prize to one lucky winner every month.
     You can find all the wonderful DT creations as well as those who participated in the sketch challenge over at Blogabella.
     Hope you have a fantastic weekend.  We're doing some remodeling at our church so I'll probably  be slinging paint on something.
     Be blessed!

Paper--Recollections, The Paper Studio vellum, Copic XPress-it Blending card
Stamps--Stamping Bella "Flower Garden"
Ink--Memento Tuxedo Black, Copic Multi-liner pen, Versamark
Tools--Paper Smooches Notebook Basic die, Paper Studio chevron embossing folder, Cheery Lynn French Pastry Doily die, WPlus9 Hand Lettered Hello die
Miscellaneous--Ranger Liquid Platinum embossing powder


Rainey's Craft Room said...

This is gorgeous Tracy, love the colour you have chosen for the pretty flower stamp.

Ros Crawford said...

Absolutely stunning! I love your flowers!

Anonymous said...

Wow stunning and I love the blue. Have a great weekend xxx

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous card, I love the blue flowers.

Audrey Pettit said...

How beautiful!! This is sooooo eye catching, Tracy! I love the periwinkle color on here! So fun to see flowers done in that bright color, and I love how you added them to a notebook sheet. Adorable doodling and love the embossing... and the stacked embossed sentiment is absolutely perfect!

Deni(se) said...

Beautiful. Great stamps and color choices.