27 October 2012

Spring Bouquet


We're wrapping up Stampendous' celebration of their newest release this week with a great blog hop!  Today I'm sharing a lovely spring-themed card, with the appropriately named Spring Bouquet cling jumbo stamp.  Here's how I made it:

  • Cut card base and large panel to desired size; cut another panel from patterned paper. 
  • Stamp swirl/scroll in Versamark ink (on patterned paper), sprinkle clear powder over top and heat set from underneath. 
  • Sprinkle Shabby Green embossing enamel randomly on paper, heat set from underneath. 
  • Stamp flower image on white card stock, color as desired; fussy cut. Repeat for butterfly. 
  • Adhere all pieces to card stock base. Use foam tape for both flower bouquet and butterfly. 
  • Tie ribbon around base of flowers, to give appearance of an actual bouquet.

And here are the Spectrum Noir markers I used to color this stamp:

Yellows: CT2, CT3, CT4 (With GB5, OR2 on butterfly)
Purples: HB1, HB2, HB3
Greys: GG1, GG2
Greens: CG2, CG3, DG2

Don't miss all of the stops on this amazing hop today!!  Stampendous will choose three of the above blogs at random to each choose a winner from their comments section.  These lucky stampers will each receive a brand new stamp set from our October Catalog images! (Sorry, due to laws and customs regulations, prizes to U.S. Mailing Addresses Only – but we’d love everyone to comment)


And here's another fun tidbit: my card today works for both the challenge at Stampendous this month, AND the challenge at Spectrum Noir!  Flowers are everywhere!

For the Stampendous challenge: this is the last week for our October Saturday Challenge – Fabulous Florals.  Add your floral themed card to our linky tool (see my left sidebar for a direct link) by Thursday, November 1, 2012 at 11:59 pm for your chance to win some great NEW flower stamps! Remember if your floral card features a flower from Stampendous Stamps your entry counts double.

The Spectrum Noir challenge runs through November 14, and all you have to do to play along is color with your Spectrum Noir markers, and use flowers on your card!

Supplies:
Stamps: S5045 Spring Bouquet
Essentials: Shabby Green Embossing Enamel, Clear Embossing Powder
Ink: Versamark, Memento Rich Cocoa (Tsukineko)
Coloring Medium: Spectrum Noir alcohol markers
Card Stock: Pollen, Kraft (Bazzill); White (Mohawk)
Patterned Paper: Tiny Green Stripes (Little Yellow Bicycle)
Accessories: Ribbon SK18 (May Arts)
Adhesives: foam tape
Tools: heat gun
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17 comments:

Kristine Reynolds said...

Beautiful card Taylor! Thanks for the detailed instructions!

Tenia Nelson said...

What a super pretty card Miss Taylor!!!!!

Miriam Prantner said...

Just so pretty! Your coloring rocks!

Asia King (aka Joanna K) said...

Absolutely gorgeous card! I love the bright fresh colours and your colouring is beautiful :))) x

Carmen O. said...

I love this bright and pretty card! The green makes the Spring bouquet pop. I love the embossing too.

Ava Gavloski said...

taylor, you really made the stamp image pop by placing the embossing texture in the background, lovely
have u.s. mailing
ava g

Greta said...

Gorgeous coloring & beautiful card! We can dream of spring!

Sue D said...

Very pretty spring card. I like the embossing on the background.

Trena in Naperville said...

Lovely Taylor!! Hope you are have a good day! :o)

Take care and STAY POSITIVE!

Larissa Heskett said...

WOW!! This is SO Beautiful!! I LOVE the colors that you used and this STAMP is going to be a MUST HAVE, I LOVE IT!! =) THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEKEND!! =)

Yvonne Morentin said...

awesome.
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Jennifer said...

This is gorgeous Taylor! Love your colouring!

SHartl said...

What an eye catching card and beautiful coloring! So pretty and spring like!

Sherry Butcher said...

This is spring! Beautiful colors TFS.

HelenM said...

beautiful. I loved the depth!

arlsmom aka Lynda said...

wonderful card...you rock at the fussy cutting!

Carol said...

What a lovely project! Thanks for a fun hop and some great inspiration!

Carol B
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