Say It With Flowers – Two Cards

Today I am sharing two cards….The first one is a simple thank you card with a lacy background and the second one has a very bright and colourful background….the one thing that both these cards have in common is that I have used border stamps to create the background…
For the first card I chose a dark pink card base and a white top layer….using a slate coloured ink I stamped the border image at the top and the bottom of the white top layer….the MISTI came in very handy at this point as I could easily re-stamp to cover any areas that got missed…
Using the same ink,I stamped the sentiment in the middle….then on a separate piece of cardstock I stamped the flowers using pink distress ink and the leaves using green…I sponged in the flowers and leaves with the same distress inks that I stamped them with…I cute these out and placed them on the card…
I have used a few pink sequins to embellish this card…
Me And My Daily Papercraft Blog - Handmade Card by PriCreated

My second card has a light mustard coloured card base and a bright yellow mat layer….the top layer is plain white and I have created a background using Clearly Besotted Basic Stripes stamp set and various colours of bright dye inks..

On a separate piece of cardstock I stamped the mason jar and flowers,coloured them in using Peerless watercolors and die cut them using the coordinating dies…I then placed these on the top layer…

I have stamped the sentiment on a strip of cardstock and placed it on the mason jar….and to embellish the card I have used blue sequins…

Me And My Daily Papercraft Blog - Handmade Card by PriCreated

I’m so glad you stopped by to take a look at my cards today….Hope you will have a beautiful day ahead…!!



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