Encouragement Floral Card

Hello!  It is finally May!  The flowers are starting to bloom so I thought I would do a non-rainbow encouragement card. I also decided to go “old school”.  No Misti, no fancy techniques, just old fashioned card making the way I did it 10 to 20 years ago.

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Simon Says Stamp Thankful Flowers and Luminance Colored Pencils

I used Simon Says Stamp “Thankful Flowers” stamp set.  It has a wonderful variety of florals, scripts and sentiments.  You could make amazing cards just using the sentiments from this set!

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Thankful Florals

To start, I stamped the cluster of florals on Cornflower Blue card stock using Catherine Pooler Black Jack ink.  I grabbed my Luminance colored pencils.  Normally, when coloring on colored card stock, I use a white colored pencil.  This time, I used a Dove Gray (Sterling Gray 002).  It wasn’t as bright so the colors show a little deeper and richer.

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For the florals, I used Sepia 407, 50% Sepia 906 (flower centers).  For the petals, Perylene Brown 585, Cornelian 850, Orange 030, Golden Bismuth 820 and Bismuth Yellow, 810.

For the leaves, I used Olive Yellow 015, Grass Green 220, Moss Green 225 and Dark English Green 729.  To outline the bunch, I used Prussian Blue 159 and Middle Cobalt Blue 660.  I also used Prussian Blue 159 to color the stripes. To create the stripes, I drew lines every half inch and colored in every other one.

For my sentiment, I stamped the phrase on some vellum with Versamark ink.  I embossed it with Brutus Monroe Gilded embossing powder.  I attached it to my card panel using my Xyron sticker maker.

I trimmed down my card panel and mounted it to some scrap gold paper left over from Christmas.  I attached that panel to some Tonic Navy Blue shimmer paper.  I attached all of that to a top folding card base.

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Inside the card, I stamped a sentiment from the same stamp set using Black Jack Ink from Catherine Pooler and Rockin Red for the heart.

To finish the card, I dug through Catherine Pooler’s Kitchen Sink sequins and used the matte gold sequins from that set.  I attached with glossy accents and called it a day. Thanks so much for stopping by.  I really appreciate it!

Patty

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