Hello crafty friends! It’s Channin here and today I’m creating a floral card with a little bit of a twist, no black ink! This card features several products from Pinkfresh Studio, namely the new Floral Trio stamp set, stencils and dies.
To create this card, I first stamped the main image from the Floral Trio Stamp Set in Persimmon onto white cardstock. I then ink blended over the image with the Floral Trio Stencils and several Pinkfresh Studio inks.
For stencil 3, the base leaf layer, I ink blended with Aquamarine and a little Tidal Pond at the base of the leaves to create gradations. For the final stencil, the detail leaf layer, I ink blended with Tidal Pond.
When I finished ink blending the flowers, I then die cut them out with the matching dies and set aside. Next, with the Simple Plaid Stencils I ink blended over a 4” x 5 1/2” panel of white cardstock with Fresh Pear ink. I then adhered the panel onto the front of an A2 top-folded white card base (4 1/4” x 11”; scored at 5 1/2”).
Next, I die cut some leaves out of white cardstock with the Leafy Branch Die. I then cut the branch down into smaller sections, positioned them behind my main floral image and then adhered the arrangement to the card front with foam adhesive. Lastly, I finished the card by stamping a sentiment from the Floral Trio Stamp Set in Persimmon.
I hope you enjoyed my card. Thank you so much for stopping by!
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