Friday, April 17, 2015

Birthday Wishes- Demure with Die-cut

I created another card using Penny Black's Demure stamp. I love this stamp so much that I feel like creating all sort of cards using it. So, you might spot it again in my future posts.

Die-cut circle is the highlight and an added element from a previsions version of this card. I stamped and colored the image on a white card-stock with Spectrum Noir Marks this time. Later, I painted them over with matching pearlescent colors for additional shine.

 I die-cut the biggest circle pattern of Spellbinders' Splendid circle dies from another white card-stock. I love this delicate die-cut pattern. The central uncut area of this die-cut circle matches with 3" circle die. So, I used a 3" circle die to draw a circle on the stamped panel in a way that when hand-cut around the drawn 3" circle some part of each flower overhang.

Then, I attached the die-cut circle behind the hand-cut flower panel. To highlight the beautiful die-cut design, I cut 3.5" stitched circle in matching red card-stock and stuck it over the card base. Stamped image with the white die-cut circle are popped up with foam adhesive for added dimension.

Lastly, I stamped a birthday sentiment on vellum, I stuck it over a very thin white banner style strip to block flower stems from showing through and attached it to the front.

Submitted to:
Dies: Die-namics Stitched Circle Stax, 
          Spellbinders S4-354 Nestabilities Decorative Elements Splendid Circles Die

Stamps: Penny Black - Demure (#pennyblackinc), CTMH Happy Birthday
Ink: Spectrum Noir Markers, American Craft Art Markers
Paint: Artist's Loft Pearlescent Watercolors
Paper: Recollection and Neenah white cardstock
Marker: Golden Gellyroll Sakura pen
Embellishments: Rhinestones

1 comment:

Mona Pendleton said...

Gorgeous! Those flowers look wonderful! Thanks for joining along with the Simon Says Stamp Monday challenge!

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