Hope everyone had a great holiday weekend! I was able to get some cards made over the weekend. I have two cards to share with you made with The Potted Tulip stamp from Blockheads Stamp which is included in the Victorian Eccentricities set or available as a single. I made a red and a blue version.
Materials List for both Cards:
Blockheads Paper Arts Stamps: Victorian Eccentricities
Archival Ink from Ranger- Sienna and Cobalt
Adirondack Ink from Ranger - Butterscotch
Distress Ink- Tea Dye
Pages from a Dictionary
CS in White, Cream, Dark Taupe, Mustard, and Navy
Crinkle CS in Gray
Stamp the image with Sienna ink and cut out. On a page from the dictionary, stamp the Crackle background stamp in Butterscotch ink. Crumple the page and smooth out. Spritz very lightly with water on the un-stamped side. Crumble again, smooth, dry with heat gun. Distress with Tea Dye ink. Tear page into desired size. Distress two pages in this way- one for each card.
Layer the CS's and add the flowers and vase with dimensional squares. Add some fun fibers and a fancy brad.
Now, I can grab this when I need a card for an occasion and add whatever sentiment I like. To make the Blue Flower card stamp the vase and flowers twice on white CS with Cobalt ink.
Cut out one set and layer over the other stamped vase. Add the dictionary page and CS layers.
I love wired ribbon...You can make it into any shape you like. I cut a couple lengths of ribbon in half lengthwise. I formed the ribbon into several fun shapes and glued to the card.
And, how about a few fun Challenges for my Red and Blue Flowers??!!
Simon Says Stamp and Show: Read all about it
Simon Says Stamp: anything goes
Loves Rubber stamps: anything goes
Paper Take Weekly: anything goes
Through the Craft room door: anything goes
Well, I guess that's it for me. Hope you have a great evening! Love ya.