Tuesday, 11 February 2014

Creating with BaRb-Stampin'up-Stippled Blossoms

Stippled Blossoms
Todays stamp set is Stippled Blossoms. I have a couple of ideas for you. one very simple and the other a little more involved.

This square card has a natural white base, pear patterned paper, white for the image panel and blushing bride and melon mambo for the trim.
The blossom is stamped on white with blushing bride ink, then versamark ink and embossed with melon mambo powder. A third image was stamped, cut out and layered on top. The leaves are stamped in pear, with the second step in wasabi.
The paper is embossed in the square lattice folder, and the pink card trim cut with the adorning accents die.
The butterfly is stamped in perfect plum, with a second image stamped and punched and layered on top.
The sentiment is from teeny tiny sentiments and punched with word window. Pleated pear ribbon and melon trim organza ribbon, tiny silver brads, and a glimmer brad finishes the butterfly. The top left corner of the card is lightly spritzed and three rhinestones adorn the corner.
These two cards are both the same design but in different colours.
The first is in Island indigo, calypso coral and white, with the flowers stamped in saffron and coral. 
The second version is in natural ivory, blushing bride and marina mist. The embossing folder used is delicate designs. The sentiment is from Embellished events.
A lace paper doily, bakers twine and a vintage button are used on each design with dazzling details glitter glue highlighting the blossoms.
The image panel on the blue card is lightly spritzed, while the pink card has some pearls detailing the panel.
It is really amazing what a difference a colour change can make.
I hope you have found some inspiration here. Till your next visit, have fun crafting

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