Tuesday, October 26, 2021

SHOPPING OUR STASH #458 - You Don't Bring Me Flowers

 


Hello and good Tuesday morning!
We have a new challenge starting today at
This fortnight, we'd like to see a flower or flowers on your projects.
Pretty easy, eh? Here's what I came up with:


I started by stamping the In Bloom: Blissful Blooms stamp then
die cutting it using the crazy double running stitch rectangle die. 
I colored it with my Spectrum Noir markers and added some detail
work with a couple Prismacolor pencils. Stamped and heat embossed
the sentiment in white on black card stock then adhered everything
on a white card base. I added Nuvo Glitter Drops to the flower
centers and scattered some pearls around to finish.


Another sentiment finishes the inside:


Now it's your turn! I hope you'll join the SOS Crew in our
flower challenge at Shopping Our Stash! For more inspiration,
do check out the fabulous flower projects that my teammies created!
Thanks for visiting. Have a great day!


Supplies:
Stamps: STAMPlorations - In Bloom: Blissful Blossoms, Sketched: Simple Gift (retired); Sunny Studio - Inside Greetings Birthday
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black; Versamark; Altenew - Coral Bliss
CS: Spectrum Noir; Neenah; Cardstock Warehouse
Accessories: Spectrum Noir markers; Prismacolor pencils; MISTI; Stampendous - white EP; heat gun; GC; CUTplorations - crazy double running stitch nesting rectangle die; Nuvo Glitter Drops - white blizzard; Kaisercraft - pearls
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, thin 3D foam squares

4 comments:

Barbara Godden said...

So pretty, beautiful coral coloured flowers, fab. colouring too. great design. Love it.

Donna said...

So pretty! Love the colours!
I sooooo need a stitching die - would save me so much time and agro!

Lindsey said...

This is beautiful! Lovely flowers and gorgeous colouring. I have no idea why I'm always expecting snark when I visit...

Inkami said...

Elegant CAS design and lovely colouring of the florals!

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