Just a little something


Another photo challenge from Melissa Phillips  – loving the orange and purple combination. Its a unqiue color which I will not normally use. Here is my take:

 

I have make the flowers from the tracing paper when the papertrey package arrived to protect your package. First I spray the tracing paper with Tattered Angels Glimmer mist and let dried. Then I have cut them from Spellbinders scallop circle medium size about 12 of them and layer them up to get the flower. I love the effect of the flower do flowy and soft. 

For today tutorial of the flower, you can refer to Cosmo Cricket. I am loving flowers  as they can be the best embellishment for any cards that you made. Its just stand out on your project be it scrapbooking , project or cards! 🙂

Thats all from me for this Monday!

See you next week….

{Just a little something supplies}
Paper: Stamper’s Select White, DCWV Mat Stack Bright Textured Whitecore cardstock – Orange
Stamp: Polka Dot Basic II, Everyday Button Bits sentiment, Hero arts – Antique Flower Background, Dots and Flowers, Houndstooth and Unity Heart background
Ink: Versafine Onxy Black, Versamark, Orange Zest 
Others: Opaque Embossing from Zinc, Spellbinders Nestabilities – Peony and scallop circle, Satin Orange Ribbon, White Button and pearl heart shape

Love,

Gladys

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5 Comments

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5 responses to “Just a little something

  1. Beautiful card. Love the purple flower. Great take on the challenge.

  2. Gladys, this is just beautiful. I agree with you…every card needs a flower and this purple tissue paper one you made is so pretty.

  3. nic010205

    love your attention to detail!

  4. Entirely adorable…I love, love, love this sweet card.
    Thank you for playing along.
    Melis

  5. Hey Gladys! Thanks for entering the Olympics of Stamping in the Moxie Fab World! 🙂

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